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thyroid symptoms

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 21, 2007
  • 01:10 PM

I am sure i have thyroid problems but have been for test and are all normal range.
Does anyone go for a few months with hardly any symptoms then they all flare up again.
I get the hair falling out, shaky , palps, itchy skin,breathless, and others.
I have had a gap for few months of the sympt.
I do have a goitre which i willhave to have checked if it gets too uncomfortable.

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  • A goiter is a pretty definite indicator of thyroid problems, according to the information I've been able to find. You may want to make an appointment with a GOOD endochronologist, fast. Look for a top hospital or clinic attached to a good medical school for docs with up to the minute knowledge-
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  • Some people do have flare ups in terms of their thyroid. During and just after pregnancy, women often notice an extra burst of hypothyroidism. Hormonal changes with the menstrual cycle can also lead to flare ups.One thing, though, that you should know is that the "normal" range for thyroid hormones is simply an average. They measured the thyroxin levels of a whole bunch of people and took a very wide average and said "Aha! This is normal for everyone!" However, the reality is that what is "normal" is different for each person. In fact, some doctors give thyroxin doses purely based on symptoms and not at all on blood tests. So, the point is that you may be officially "normal" but your body may still not be in it's own personal "normal" range - leading to symptoms.
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