im just going through and reading some of the stories on here to maybe help clear a few things up for me and yours caught me ive been fighting a lot of these syptoms for years they(drs) are always telling me its the flu anxiety depression and "me and my superving doctors just arent sure whats causing this" or anything else before saying she just wants attention FAR FROM IT not this way im just wondering how much of my health issues have been linked to this im sorry for any you want attention remark you ever recievd it not fun once they label you with it you hard to get that label taken away ty for posting this linkView Thread
im a 31 yr old female who has been dealt the pits so tis is the last thing i need but they hit me with this long word to add on to the list but my concerns are i know the normal range is 0.04-4.50 my initial test came in at 6.25mIU/L. ok so what do i do from here how can i naturally try to help this process along im now taking levthyroxine 75mcg but im not one who wants to take all of these meds im done with it im trying to dwindle down are there any hightened risks with having preexisting conditions such as thrombophilia hypertrglcerdemia hyperlipidemia sezuires just to name a few any advice is welcomeView Thread
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