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... Is the Prometrium for your high estrogen? ... (5 replies)
... I would get your REVERSE T3 checked. ... (7 replies)
... Before my TT it was high at 5 and I had problems with arterial fib. I am sensitive to the T4 as it is,and I would have problems with taking T3 even though I need it. Between a rock and a hard place lol. ... (5 replies)

... My other symptoms are really bad menstrual cramps, can't get pregnant, have low progesterone, am sensitive to cold and I'm tired. I don't have problems with weight gain or cholosterol. ... (1 replies)
... cigarette smoke, and halogenated organic compounds chlorine and fluoride. We drink out of plastic bottles all the time we add fluoride to our water.. and chlorine.. think on just what we come in contact with every day. ... (37 replies)
Low Body Temp...
Dec 10, 2005
... ts as a survival threat it will turn the burners down, if you have been under stress such as exercising alot, trying to watch what you eat to control weight etc, and your body is sensitive to survival threats, then you could triggor this condition. ... (3 replies)
... Yeah, you're right, you obviously have no problem converting T4 to T3. ... (10 replies)
... Lkeeney, that TSH is anything but normal, it's HIGH. People who zero thyroid problems have a TSH of 1.0 or lower. The current and correct range for TSH is . ... (1 replies)
... Well looking at these results you are looking hypo, your Free T4 is too low to feel well, your T4 which I'm assuming is a total also low reflects the fact that the free is low. ... (7 replies)
... me was that i have severe frontal lobe brain damage....a spect scan of the brain revealed this. The Dr thinks this MAY have started with long term roaccutane use and got progessively worse with the condition of my body since i got sick. ... (15 replies)
... I am hoping someone will be able to tell me what it means when you have hypothyroid symptoms and your blood levels all came back low? ... (8 replies)
... Hello all. I wanted to introduce myself and was really hoping some of you could give me some insight as to what is wrong with me? ... (8 replies)
... I have an appointment on Tuesday with a VERY expensive holistic doctor and I would really appreciate some insight into my lab work and condition before meeting with her. I am assuming that, based on my lab work, I may have a high RT3 but I have not had that test performed yet. ... (25 replies)
... I'm totally confused. I was thinking it might be Cushing's syndrome, but that wouldn't explain the high thyroid levels or high calcium levels. Any thoughts? ... (1 replies)
... The study about optimal levels of TSH with treatment was done in Manchester, England. A search for Manchester England TSH study should bring it right up. ... (11 replies)
... The best way to bring down TSH levels is to add T3 to your hormone replacement. Without free T3 tests you don't know how much T3 you have circulating but a high TSH generally means low tissue levels of T3. ... (8 replies)
... mg of HC normally isn't too high a dose and should be enough, but for someone who is pregnant, I'm not sure. It's possible that she is pooling her thyroid hormones because the dose isn't high enough. ... (6 replies)
... I'm trying to present my case but my doc says I don't need a T3 or T4 test and that TSH is sufficient. ... (12 replies)
... This is the 5th or 6th episode of dizziness and or panic attacks in two weeks. ... (3 replies)
... D No need for T3 for me. I am adrenal insufficient.. ... (264 replies)

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