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... Alright ladies, reposting my MFMs recopmmendation for thyroid treatment. My Maternal Fetal Medicine MD and I discussed thyroid issues in depth with regards to my risks for being a secondary hypothyroid, Hashimoto's thyroiditis patient. These also apply for someone that is HYPERTHYROID. ... (65 replies)
... thyroglobulin antibodies after being negative for them? ... (10 replies)
... it seems there are people out there with antibodies and absolutely no thyroid problems whatsoever, too. ... (1 replies)

... You have a small number of thyroglobulin antibodies in your bloodstream. ... (3 replies)
... What does it mean if you have a lot of antibodies in your blood.? ... (3 replies)
... I have an enlarged thryoid and my blood work has all been in the normal range. ... (3 replies)
... I have had the same as you. I am now just starting to get better. I had been trying to take Armour Thyroid for 2 years along with a small amount of T4. As soon as I dumped the extra T4 I got worse. ... (10 replies)
... Anyway, new blood work just in after 6 weeks on straight t4 but don't go back to endo til mid June. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Rhonda! I am sorry you are having such a difficult time! I have a 6 year old also so I feel for you. I was wondering if you meant around you menstrual cycle it got worse for you ("but each time I cycle I have worse problems") ? That is the way it is for me and during ovulation. Also the panic attacks I suffer with . I have hyper though so this side is not any better I am... (8 replies)
... diagnosed with Hashi's in Sept after confusing symptoms for a couple months prior to that and high antibodies in blood as well as goiter with nodules measuring 1.4. Put on 150 Synthroid in September with appt to recheck bloodwork in Nov and appt with dr in Dec. ... (8 replies)
... fragile in the elderly and pregnant? ... (65 replies)
... I think you are safe, as long as they keep testing the tsh and frees during the pregnancy. if you don't have high antibodies for Graves then your baby won't be affected, don't worry.If anything, you might have trouble again after the baby is born, maybe not. ... (65 replies)
... Im new to the group and in need of some info. Everything i am reading on the internet regarding this is saying the opposite of what my endo just told me. I have lupus but I also have developed a lot of symptoms of an over active thyroid which are getting much worse. ... (2 replies)
... First off, I move almost every two years and don't have a specific doctor who knows me farther than a piece of paper. Doctors from all around keep testing me for thyroid problems and it seems like everyother time there is something wrong, then next time the lab comes back normal. ... (0 replies)
... All of this is crazy sudden as Ive always had normal thyroid levels. ... (14 replies)
... Okay, please forgive me if any of this sounds silly or if I come across as a little uneducated but I too have very severe symptoms of thyroid problems that include alot of memory and concentration difficulties. ... (7 replies)
... Your numbers will probably look good to your doctor. Sometimes if people have thyroid function on the low side of normal, it can give them hypothyroid symptoms, like weight gain, fatigue, and depression. But your numbers are not on the low side. ... (2 replies)
... Your numbers will probably look good to your doctor. Sometimes if people have thyroid function on the low side of normal, it can give them hypothyroid symptoms, like weight gain, fatigue, and depression. But your numbers are not on the low side. ... (2 replies)
... My doctor offered me birth control pills but I can't take them. It raises my blood pressure to high. Even though I'm on high blood pressure meds now I don't know if I could handle it. ... (10 replies)
... You have Hashi's, and it isn't going away. You will need thyroid hormone replacement for the rest of your life. If this idiot tries to take it away in 6 months, fire him. He is too incompetent for words. ... (6 replies)




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