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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 5, 2008
  • 03:02 PM

i have sent already many thread that were concerned with my problem.i have all the symptoms of hypothyroidism but my lab result came back normal.few weeks ago i had a test where my SGPT was out of range.in ultrasonography my liver was found fatty.then a physician advise me a test for lipid profile.i have everything out of range in the report of that test.i have been taking antidepressant for three year.i still feel old,lethargic,depressed,nervous now i am gaining weight.but one thing is unusual if i have hypoyhyroidism and this is and that is my constant rapid heart rate.if anybody know about this please tell me.i will be thankful.hope you will reply.i also urinate frequently and drink water frequently also .my blood sugar report is normal.does anybody know,how important is TRH stimulation test in the diagnosis of hypothyroidism.i am really feeling like old.my body does not respond according to emotion for example in situation of very griefness where i should cry,i feel like fainting,as i am shocked. please solve this puzzle.
may it be due to high cortisol level?
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  • Do you drink alcohol? Are your doctors assuming you have Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease? For the symptoms of NAFLD, it lists malaise, fatigue and abdominal discomfort as possible. It says that it's associated with insulin resistance and factors such as high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes (which you said you didn't have), or hyperlipidemia. As for you other symptoms, is it possible that they're partially due to anxiety over your condition?
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  • i have sent already many thread that were concerned with my problem.i have all the symptoms of hypothyroidism but my lab result came back normal.few weeks ago i had a test where my SGPT was out of range.in ultrasonography my liver was found fatty.then a physician advise me a test for lipid profile.i have everything out of range in the report of that test.i have been taking antidepressant for three year.i still feel old,lethargic,depressed,nervous now i am gaining weight.but one thing is unusual if i have hypoyhyroidism and this is and that is my constant rapid heart rate.if anybody know about this please tell me.i will be thankful.hope you will reply.i also urinate frequently and drink water frequently also .my blood sugar report is normal.does anybody know,how important is TRH stimulation test in the diagnosis of hypothyroidism.i am really feeling like old.my body does not respond according to emotion for example in situation of very griefness where i should cry,i feel like fainting,as i am shocked. please solve this puzzle.may it be due to high cortisol level?thank youhttp://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/images/buttons/quote.gif Sounds like you have several things going on.... How is your diet, are you getting adequate nutrition? Things are not going to function correctly when your body is deficient in vitamins and minerals. Getting more magnesium would help tremendously, as well as the other minerals and vitamins such as b12. The fatty liver could be helped by using phosphatidylcholine - see PhosChol.com for more info. Read Dr. Gary Null's information on the web concerning nutrition. As you know cortisol is a stress hormone, and is released when the body is faced with any stress, this could include psychological, mental and biochemical stresses such as toxins (environmental and heavy metal) and immune system activation such as virus, parasite, bacterial, yeast etc. If your blood sugar is normal and you are still urinating and thirsty, I would suspect high adrenal activity. Again, this would be due to stressors mentioned above. A test worth looking at is traceelements.com. It is inexpensive and probably give some clues at to what is going on.
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