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All Natural Supplement To Speed Up An Underactive Thyroid
Support immunity 1st: Yes, but seeing a doctor who practices holistic or functional medicine is the best way to manage non-pharmacological approaches to hypothyroidism. Most hypothyroidism results from an imbalanced immune system (th1/th2 imbalance) and adrenal stress. In some cases, it may be corrected without medication. When using medications, consider all your options, including natural thyroid replacement. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A dietary supplement, also known as food supplement or nutritional supplement, is a preparation intended to supplement the diet and provide nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals, fiber, fatty acids, or amino acids, that may be missing or may not be consumed in sufficient quantities in a person's diet. Some countries define dietary supplements as foods, while ...Read more
Not clear: There are studies that show a correlation between vitamin d levels and thyroid disease but correlation does not imply causation. In other words, it isn't clear there is a cause and effect relationship. It's good to keep your vitamin d level above 20, but low levels are may be indicative of a problem, not a cause of it. ...Read more
Thyroid: Get ur thyroid profile drawn. Ur pcp should be able to treat if levels are abnormal. ...Read more
Yes!: Left untreated, an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism) is often associated with high blood blood pressure and high cholesterol. It often causes weight gain which can lead to diabetes. All of these separately can increase a person's risk for heart attack and stroke, but together can increase that risk dramatically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See your doctor: Sluggish symptoms are not normal at any age. Please consult your doctor so that a treatable condition is not missed. ...Read more
Starting to try for a baby but I have an underactive thyroid. Any advise? Things to do and not to do?
Conjugation: There is also evidence that hypothyroidism may directly affect the liver structure or function. Hypothyroidism has been associated in a few case reports with cholestatic jaundice attributed to reduced bilirubin and bile excretion. Recent studies have shown that the hepatic abnormalities associated with hypothyroidism can be reversible with thyroxine replacement with no residual damage. ...Read more
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Hypothyroidism: Can contribute to many problems. Luckily it's easy to diagnose and treat properly, thereby removing it as a problem. With very rare exceptions such as end-stage cancer or HIV infection, candida overgrowth is a medical myth propagated on the internet. It's a false diagnosis that has been around for decades, looking to a disease to cause - which there is none. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Confusing question: Your question is confusing. The best way to tell if you have an underactive thyroid is to get a blood test to measure a free T4 and TSH level. Symptoms of low thyroid are nonspecific and can be related to multiple other causes. Having a low thyroid can increase menstrual bleeding. ...Read more
What's the expert opinion, could the Atkins diet help you to lose weight if you have an underactive thyroid?
I have no other symptoms apart from my palms being red and itchy sometimes? I have astma and an underactive thyroid if this helps?
Palmar erythema: Can be due to heredity occurs in at least 30% of pregnant women other causes: liver disease/cirrhosis, wilson disease, hemochromatosis, hyperthyroid, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, malignancy, smoking, mercury poisoning, and meds such as amiodarone, gemfibrozil, and Cholestyramine can cause palmar erythema. Some have no known cause. Check with your doc... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wake up in the morning in a pile of sweat. Why could this be? I do have an underactive thyroid which is being treated and take anti anxiety meds?
Sweat: It's time to see your doctor and find out what might be the problem. ...Read more
Hi I have suffered with an underactive thyroid for years now and have been recommended to take aloe vera. Can you please advise is the forever aloe b?
Unrelated: Hi. I assume (I'd rather not assume) that you're treating your hypothyroidism ant that your thyroid labs are normal on your dose of thyroid hormone. OK, having said that, aloe vera (AV) has absolutely NO relationship to anything about your thyroid. You you can take AV, or stop it anytime, and there is NO effect on your thyroid status. So knock yourself out; have all the AV you want; stop anytime. ...Read more
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