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  1. Lab Results Discussion Boards
    Hi. Newbie here, although I've had Hypothyroidism for over 20 years. Research has shown that the time of day you get your TSH tested is important. TSH is naturally higher in the morning, so those getting afternoon blood tests will often get a TSH reading in the normal range while it would have...
  2. Lab Results Discussion Boards
    Hello all, I know this has probably been asked a million times, but I really need help. Four years ago I was diagnosed hypothyroid but not treated and in fact the Dr didn't notify me of the diagnosis. Over the past four years things have gotten progressively worse with every symptom known to...
  3. Newbie Introductions - Don't be bashful!
    I guess I should've started here, but I posted first to the lab results section, because I wasn't sure about my lab values. My background includes a family history (all three girls on my Mom's side) of Thyroid issues, requiring medication. I have been a severe asthmatic my whole life, and have...
  4. Newbie Introductions - Don't be bashful!
    Hi all, I've had what I think are hypothyroid symptoms for 12 months now - fatigue, sensitivity to the cold, I have a low body temperature, muscle aches, pale skin and I also have numbness and tingling in my arms and occasionally my legs. I've put on a fair bit of weight in the last 4 years...
  5. Lab Results Discussion Boards
    I have recently had some lab work done at my request of my family doctor. She ran the following test with the following results. I am hoping for some helpful interpretation. All she told me was that I needed thyroid support and adrenal support, but I have been struggling with mass problems...
  6. Newbie Introductions - Don't be bashful!
    Hey there! My name is Brittany, I was born and raised in the wonderful, amazing, and fast-paced Las Vegas, NV. Back in January I had a ton of symptoms that 3 doctors thought led to M.S., I underwent all of the testing for it and all the mass amounts of blood work. Luckily my neurologist...
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