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... thank you for your informative post. My TSH is within normal limits. I know that this alone is not an indicator of a good thyroid function and other tests, such as a freeT3, are needed. I assume the thyroid function is OK since my neck looks normal. ... (27 replies)
... ferritin is still low. Additionally i asked to have my Vit D and thyroid numbers checked. The Vit D was deficient. I guess Vit D is very important and being deficient can be dangerous. ... (34 replies)
... It's really an individual thing and no 2 people are affecting in exactly the same way. ... (4 replies)

Is there a limit?
Oct 17, 2007
... Is it a multitude of sources and alot of internet searching on everything you take or is there some central resource that you rely on ? ... (3 replies)
So confused~
Mar 20, 2010
... your ferritin at 8 is way too low. Before taking any supplements, get yourself to a hematologist. I have a very good one and he keep my levels at least 70. I have not ran into any doctors who will consider anything blow 10 with with hgb below the low end of normal any concern. ... (19 replies)
... it is more than it used to be but I suppose I don't pay much attention to it and it isn't horrible as some describe. ... (11 replies)
... x for the suggestions and support. It is just so hard to function anymore with the way I feel most days. It seems like I can get thru a few hours of the day and then the rest of it is all a blur. ... (10 replies)
... Also, the type of thyroid meds that you are taking could change your results. ... (1 replies)
... First off, even on synthetic thyroid hormone, I believe the TSH is still important. ... (5 replies)
Oprah Show-Hypo
Nov 5, 2007
... vits, especially folate, B5 and B12. I'd post the results, but they're not in standard lab format. The test measures the body's NEED for a particular nutrient, rather than what's circulating. ... (29 replies)
A question
Oct 26, 2016
... I also have hypothyroidism and anemia. I think it's pretty common, because the thyroid controls everything, including digestion, and if the thyroid isn't perfect, we have problems absorbing nutrients. ... (1 replies)
... I have been tired and run down for quite some time now. About six months ago I started having slight panic attacks and anxiety. Then it progressed into having heart palpitations that got progressively worse. ... (3 replies)
... i also get really tired, and dizzy all the time, i thought that i had a thyroid problem so i started taking thyroid supplements which didnt help and made my hair fall out. so i had bloodwork done and it came back negative except the doctor didnt check my iron levels. ... (1 replies)
... I have Hypothyroidism and Vitamin B12 deficiency. I take 50 mcg Levothyroxine daily and have Vitamin B12 injections once every 8 weeks. ... (8 replies)
Update New Labs
Dec 1, 2008
... s. It was a fantastic test and was able to reveal a lot to my doctor. A saliva test is more accurate than a blood test. ... (27 replies)
... Just a followup...Finally got a Dr. that listened to me. The Endo definitely agreed that I was iron deficient and started me on supplements asap. I was a serious gestational diabetic so he is testing my glucose as well. He indicated that I should have been getting it tested every year. ... (13 replies)
... A blood test is actually a good idea so you know where you are at. I can understand self dosing of supplements if your doctor simply blows you off and says there's nothing wrong, yet you know for sure what is wrong. ... (3 replies)




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