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Thyro Block Allergy
My tsh is 0.01, t4free is 1.6,t3 (liothyronine) free is 4.5, thyroid peroxidase and thyroglobulin antibodies is 25. Can I take iodine or not,how can improve my TSH .
An allergy is an exagerated immune responce to a typically benign trigger. You can have allergic responces to many things like pollens, animal dander, foods, medications, among other things. Symptoms may be bothersome, but benign, or can be fatal. Not all reactions to exposures are allergies and if you think you may be allergic , i recommend being evaluated by ...Read more
Allergies: Take a non-sedating antihistamine like loratidine or cetrizine. If nasal steroid spray is available in your country, use that also. You may also try saline nasal irrigations like NetiPot. If these measures do not help you may need to be seen by primary care for further evaluation. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
2 yrs rhinitis symptoms. Tried steroid sprays, allergy meds, scans, reflux, the lot! One possibility: v.high IgE Total on allergy blood test. Ideas?
Treatment: There are several potential causes for rhinitis. In this case, high IgE is suggestive of allergy to environmental triggers (but in no way clearly diagnostic). More information is needed in order to suggest a specific strategy (eg allergy shots or immunotherapy), but no matter the cause; rest assured that we have options. ...Read more
My Tsh is 0.01,t4free is1.6,t3 (liothyronine) free is 4.5,thyroglobulin antis is1,thyroid peroxidase antibodies is 25. What abt my thyroid results?
Suppressed TSH: The lab result needs to be correlated with clinical symptoms. ...Read more
My ECG reports right bundle branch block,left posterior fascicular block and bifascicular block. May I use oats,protein food, milk and dairy products?
Tsh 0.01, free t4, 1.34, tpo 113 . On 25 synthroid, (thyroxine) 5 cytomel. Doc not happy with tsh. Isn't TSH suppressed when taking t3? Hashimoto's by biopsy.
Depends: Your TSH is suppressed. Consider finding a good integrative medicine doctor or an nd to help with the autoimmune process. They can suggest things to actually bring down the tpo level and help your body heal. For your best long term outcome, more needs to be done than just thyroid meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When healthtap doctor says, allergy shots could work for eczema, is that mean atopic dermatitis is also treatable? Are they similar terms?
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How to treat blocked nose when i sleep that causes my eyes to be a little puffy? I don't have cold or allergies
How can my friend overcome his allergies to cats? Can he take allegra (fexofenadine) each morning to block the allergies?
My Free T3 (liothyronine) is 4.71 and TSH 3rd generation
0.01 I already take bio-identical hormones, Armour Thyroid 90mg, cortisol 20mg for adrenals. what to do?
See Endocrinologist: I don't know why you are taking cortisol. If it is for "adrenal fatigue", that diagnosis is a fraud. Armour thyroid makes most people hyperthyroid, and your labs reflect that. Best you see a real endocrinologist who can help you sort out what you really need, versus what you've been sold. ...Read more
Thyroid nodule: follicular lesion, T4 free is low, T3 (liothyronine) free is low, and TSH 3rd generation is now low. 60 mg of armour thyroid, 50 mcg levothyroid why?
Stop Armour: There is no way to check your levels or keep your thyroid in control in your current regimen. Armour thyroid is ground up pigs. Switch to brand name T4 only and get it regulated. Also, have repeat thyroid biopsy with afirma test and consider surgery to remove nodule depending upon lab and ultrasound. ...Read more
Atrial fibrillation, hashimotos, gluten sensitivity and autoantibodies for parietal cells + ATPase and Asialoganglioside autoantibodies. What is prob?
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more