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So, is this why some folks like suppressed TSH?
http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/symptoms/euphoria/causes.htm -- deT notsuH bass-ackwards ude.hcimu(a)pcird I drive way too fast to worry about cholesterol. ... 13 Aug 2010 13:37
Welcome, Website, FAQ, and Posting Guidelines (2010-08-09)
Welcome. (Posted 2010-08-09) Are you wondering about the jargon that you may have read in posts? You'll find answers to common questions at www.altsupportthyroid.org. Some highlights: An introduction to our group http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ Fast facts http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ff.php Reco... 9 Aug 2010 04:42
Article: Calcium supplements may increase heart risk
http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2010/07/30/128871128/calcium-supplements-may-increase-heart-attack-risk?ft=1&f=1128 Snippet: Calcium supplements have become practically de rigueur components of the pill boxes of 50-something women. They've been touted as a simple way to improve bone density and help guard against f... 13 Aug 2010 13:36
Too much T3?
I recently found I have Hashimotos's. Have had T3 added to my Synthroid (which I have been on for years) and now I am feeling awful! Jumpy, hungry, depressed, tired, swollen joints, achey and itchy. Wonder if the added T3 could be responsible. Also, have started an all over bioidentical hormone regime. Somethi... 9 Aug 2010 15:43
Welcome, Website, FAQ, and Posting Guidelines (2010-08-02)
Welcome. (Posted 2010-08-02) Are you wondering about the jargon that you may have read in posts? You'll find answers to common questions at www.altsupportthyroid.org. Some highlights: An introduction to our group http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ Fast facts http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ff.php Recom... 2 Aug 2010 03:51
Low TSH
"Gail" <gail_m_allen(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message news:b3884e12-dd06-492b-90e7-701fd1d27269(a)g10g2000yqh.googlegroups.com... Would appreciate input on these labs for a friend. This test was done in March 2010 TSH 0.2 (0.4 - 4.0) Low T4 13 (9.0 - 19.0) T3 5.0 (3.5 - 6.5) Previous tests ... 2 Aug 2010 08:10
not sure what way to approch GP
Thank You so much for your insight. I have made a appointment with GP. and will have a dicussion of all things thyroid and if he wants more test he can add them to the list. ... 28 Jul 2010 16:18
not sure what way to approch GP
I have been on synthroid (2.00 mg)for a long time. There is ha history of hypothroid in my family. I have often said that i felt my thryoid was not quite adjusted correctly over the years ,however, my GP always has said the different test ie: t3, t4, and TSH showed everything was normal. Last year my TDH w... 27 Jul 2010 23:55
Welcome, Website, FAQ, and Posting Guidelines (2010-07-26)
Welcome. (Posted 2010-07-26) Are you wondering about the jargon that you may have read in posts? You'll find answers to common questions at www.altsupportthyroid.org. Some highlights: An introduction to our group http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ Fast facts http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ff.php Recom... 26 Jul 2010 04:05
Do Thyroid Antibodies Raise CRP? (¿deT?)
CRP is a general marker for inflammation, which is something completely different from an autoimmune attack. Yes, an autoimmune attack MAY cause inflammation (think rheumatoid arthritis), but not necessarily. And inflammation can exist without any immune angle (think atherosclerosis). So, an active bout of thyroi... 20 Jul 2010 13:36
Welcome, Website, FAQ, and Posting Guidelines (2010-07-19)
Welcome. (Posted 2010-07-19) Are you wondering about the jargon that you may have read in posts? You'll find answers to common questions at www.altsupportthyroid.org. Some highlights: An introduction to our group http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ Fast facts http://www.altsupportthyroid.org/ff.php Recom... 19 Jul 2010 03:48
Do Thyroid Antibodies Raise CRP? (�deT?)
Just wondering whether c-Reactive Protein would be elevated in the presence of significant thyroid antibodies. Thought about ordering antibody test but didn't since CRP wasn't elevated. thanks. marilyn ... 20 Jul 2010 13:36
Looking for help
Hi there, I'm so happy to have found this newsgroup. I haven't felt right for ages and I'm trying really hard to educate myself and feel better. I have had many symptoms of hypothyroid for some time now and just finally talked my doctor into doing tests. The results came back and my doctor says they are all norm... 18 Jul 2010 00:57
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