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I'm wondering why you would have your TSH tested twice so close together. Usually, with hypothyroidism (low thyroid function),  it takes...
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TSH is thyroid-stimulating hormone, produced by the pituitary gland in the brain. TSH stimulates the thyroid gland to produce and release thyroid...
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It depends on the laboratory running the test and any medical conditions you have. Speaking roughly, normal levels of thyroid-stimulating hormone...
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Many conditions besides thyroid issues can contribute to weight loss. Because your TSH levels are within the normal range, your weight loss falls...
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I would definitely see an endocrinologist to get a second option as to whether or not you should be on any medications, especially since you are at...
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Im not a doctor, but I really trust that good nutrition can revert some diseases. If you consider it right, please have a look at this...
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Your TSH result indicates you still have an underactive thyroid gland, despite taking extra thyroid hormone (Synthroid). The healthcare provider...
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I think there's some confusion here. Let me see if I can clear things up.T3, T4 and TSH are individual thyroid tests. Doctors usually look most...
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Your wife apparently is hypothyroid.  I have been hypothyroid for more than 20 years.  Just guessing, but I think that your wife would feel...