Please support this international petition asking endocrinologists for better education and standard for the treatment of thyroid dysfunction. It is also bringing to endocrinologists the patient experience so we can effect the future through collaboration!View Thread
Mytavin is a free online calculator that allows you to plug in your medications or symptoms and find out what nutrients you may be depleted in as well as the symptoms associated with that depletion. AMAZING tool!View Thread
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My name is Lisa. I am 28 I have hypothyrodism. Every time i go to the doctor my thyroid is low and they keep having to up my medicine. I started at .025 and now at .100 is they keep going up 25 so this is my 4 time is there something I should be worried aboutView Thread
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I've been posting summaries of Graves' Disease peer-reviewed research over at my new GD blog. I want to make the science more accessible to patients. There are quite a few articles + "lay person" summaries up there now and I'm planning on adding 2-3 articles a week until I work through what is on my computer.
I'm new at this, but hope that my blog can be of help if you are interested in what research on GD is going on. Please leave comments, suggestions, and recommendations!
Feeling all revved up, even at bedtime? Or maybe your throttle's on idle with symptoms of depression , fatigue, and weight gain. In both cases, the root cause may be your thyroid.
The thyroid -- a butterfly-shaped gland in the front of your neck -- makes hormones that control the way your body uses energy. Your thyroid controls your metabolism, which is how your body turns food into energy, and also affects your heart, muscles, bones, and cholesterol... Read full feature...View Thread
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