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    Default Help!! Ths levels t3, hcg, and weight loss

    Hi their, I have been well informed by an isteroids member that this is the only place i am going to find any accurate and up to date information on my condition. I had thyriod cancer in 2005 my TSH levels are all over the place causing me many unwanted side effects. Im after info on med's, rectifing hormone imbalences and anything that would help me lose the 25kg's ive put on since my surgery.
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    Diet is a good start. Post what you eat in a day and we'll go from there

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    First thing I suggest is to get the thyroid issue sorted out first. If you levels are fluctuating significantly then it would be dangerous in my opinion to add in T3 or T4. I had a thyroid disease and they treated it with radiation so it no longer functions. I'm prescribed T4 and my levels stay pretty consistent for the most part. It was much easier doing that then having to constantly adjust meds all the time. Once you have your thyroid levels, not just TSH but total T3/T4 and uptake stable then you can make a plan for your goals.
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    welcome... Best place to get the answers your looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floridagrowin View Post
    First thing I suggest is to get the thyroid issue sorted out first. If you levels are fluctuating significantly then it would be dangerous in my opinion to add in T3 or T4. I had a thyroid disease and they treated it with radiation so it no longer functions. I'm prescribed T4 and my levels stay pretty consistent for the most part. It was much easier doing that then having to constantly adjust meds all the time. Once you have your thyroid levels, not just TSH but total T3/T4 and uptake stable then you can make a plan for your goals.
    This is what I was headed toward on your other thread. You have some major side effects going on and throwing in other meds will not help your doctor get things straightened out for you. Joint and muscle pain, insomnia, hair loss, anxiety all sound as if your dose of thyroxine is too high. I know your TSH reading is also high which is indicative that the dose needs to be raised but the side effects are saying the opposite. If your current doctor can't figure it out look to another specialist. I would research and find the best endocrinologist you can find and have your family physician call and get you an appointment ASAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hazcat View Post
    This is what I was headed toward on your other thread. You have some major side effects going on and throwing in other meds will not help your doctor get things straightened out for you. Joint and muscle pain, insomnia, hair loss, anxiety all sound as if your dose of thyroxine is too high. I know your TSH reading is also high which is indicative that the dose needs to be raised but the side effects are saying the opposite. If your current doctor can't figure it out look to another specialist. I would research and find the best endocrinologist you can find and have your family physician call and get you an appointment ASAP.
    Exactly, an endo is what you need. If you are just seeing a general physician you are wasting your time. They know general medicine and an endo specializes in the endocrine system which regulates hormones.
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