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Oct 25, 2018
... Natural thyroid is easily assimilated into the body and is all my own body will absorb and use. Some doctors believe the synthetic is superior, but not in my own experience. ... (3 replies)
... I just had routine bloodwork and my doctor called me very soon after. Her concern was the T4free. It was . ... (3 replies)
... Ok so due to suspecting hypothyroidism, because of several symptoms, I saw my doctor and ordered some tests. ... (1 replies)

... My thyroid has been fluctuating between hyper, hypo and normal for the past 3 years and I have never been on any thyroid medication. 3 years ago I had hyperthyroidism that resolved itself. ... (4 replies)
... The panel you had done is somewhat outdated and imprecise. The uptake is used to calculate the T7. The T7 is not a direct measurement of anything in your blood, so is pretty useless. ... (4 replies)
... I apologize for this very lengthy post.Please no negativity ,I am suffering and frightened It was real hard for me to gather up the strength and courage to post this after spending 3 hours writing this.I am a 33 year old AUTOIMUNE HYPOTHROID male and am wondering about other conditions with it . ... (1 replies)
... I also had a very high TSH, and it turns out I have Hashimoto's thyroiditis, which is the autoimmune type of hypothyroid. You can only find that out by having a peroxidase test done. ... (7 replies)
... Thyroid and autoimmune diseases do often run in families. ... (7 replies)
... Your T4 is more important than your TSH. However, your MD should be testing your free T4, not your total T4 as he has done. Standard thyroid monitoring for pregnancy is both TSH and free T4, not just TSH and not total T4. ... (2 replies)
... I am new in the forum. I've been looking at messages from the board for a long time and I finally decided to register in order to present my case, which has me quite worried, and see if someone can help me with what's going on. ... (0 replies)
... of my hair at this point. Every time I brought up my symptoms and asked if it could be thyroid, my PCP ignored me. ... (7 replies)
... related post, and my first ever post to this forum, woo! ... (3 replies)
... your free T3 is the same in january and june, and your fT4 went down in june... ... (8 replies)
... I'm new to the boards and struggling to find out what's wrong with me. Any advice would be greatly apreciated. ... (11 replies)
... Hi, guys. My name is Kaylie and I'm new to the board. I'm also in need of help so if you can help, I'll be forever grateful to you. ... (0 replies)
... Anyway, I am glad he isn't being hasty about bringing your dose down, that he is paying attention to you, the person, and how you feel. ... (14 replies)
... Yes, your TSH is very, very high, but the number that's much more important than that is the free T4 at .4. ... (6 replies)
... test results. I was at that dose for about a year when it was raised to 50mcg, now I'm at 75mcg raised back in July 2012. I am seeing a Endo doctor at the moment and he tests me every 2 months or so. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, thanks for having this message board and thanks for reading and helping! ... (1 replies)
... the whole nine yards ... and maybe, when you were being treated, that's when you lost the 16lbs and were actually getting better .. ... (2 replies)

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