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Hashimotos Disease Stem Cell Treatment
Hashimoto's ds…: Is an auto-immune disorder that affects the thyroid gland, causing inflammation, that usually leads to underactivity of the gland. Sx develop slowly as thyroid fnx drops: fatigue, constipation, high cholesterol, weight gain, muscle aches/weakness, depression, etc. If thyroid hormone level is low, your doc will give medicine to restore normal fnx. See link in comment for more info —>.See 4 more doctor answers
I have hypothyroidism and don't feel like my treatment is working. At what point might a doctor suspect Hashimoto's disease?
Hypothyroid: You MUST tell your doctor that you are concerned about thyroid hormone, particularly because it does not seem strong enough. The doctor will order thyroid hormones in the lab and make decisions after the results are in. More than likely you will need more thyroid medicine. Please let me know how things go.
I have hashimoto's disease and can't lose weight, even with treatment. Is there anything that I can try to help with weight loss?
Weight loss: Increasing your dose of thyroid medication can have very serious consequences. The easiest approach if you are already exercising is to seek advice and guidance from a dietitian.
Can you please explain hashimotos and graves diease. And the symptoms and treatment. How are they diagnosed..
Complex question: Do an internet search as each are complex topics but in brief::Hashimoto's thyroiditis occurs when the immune system attacks the thyroid and often causes it to be underactive (fatigue is a common symptom if it is severe), Treatment is taking thyroid hormone. Graves' disease occurs when the immune system stimulates the thyroid to overproduce thyroid hormone causing many symptoms and Rx is complex
Consider: Stem Cell Therapy or Platelet procedures to help with healing and strengthen ligaments. While it will not cure Schuermann's Disease it can help decrease pain and strengthen ligaments in the surrounding muscles and facet joints. Check out Regenexx. Com for more info.See 1 more doctor answer
One of my family member 33yrs male has suffered from lung disease. Can my babies stem cell helps to cure this disease. He is on O2 therapy at d moment.
No single chromosome: Mutations in any of the genes that make the enzyme complex needed for normal breakdown of the Amino Acids leucine, isoleucine & valine can be involved. The bckdhb gene on chr. 6 has > 40 possible mutations, as does the bckdha gene on chr.19. The dbt gene on chr 1 has > 30 possible mutations. The dld gene on chr 7 has > 10 mutations that can cause a variant with Lactic Acid build-up.See 1 more doctor answer
Meds.: It depends on the actual function of the thyroid gland. If you are euthyroid than no treatment is needed, if you are hypothyroid than you will be treated with thyroid hormones and if you are hyperthyroid than you will be treated with anti-thyroid drugs.
Most PCPs and endo: Most internists and endocrinologists are familiar with the disorder. It is an autoimmune disorder that often leads to an under active thyroid. It is the most common cause of low thyroid hormone levels. There is no treatment for hashimotos per se, but the thyroid hormone levels can be kept normal with medication.
Other than a virus what causes low lymphocytes? Low for 8 months. Have hashimotos still feel unwell despite treatment.
See below: Other conditions include toxins, metabolic disorders, cancers, metastatic cancers. These need to be discussed with your doctor.
Some yes, some no: Hi. Good question. A lot of subjective influence and personal preference. We all know it's not necessary, but some people swear they feel better, and that's part of my goal in treating patients. Of paramount importance: don't CAUSE hyperthyroidism in the process. If I add T3 (liothyronine) to l-thyroxine, I add 5 mcg in the morning. It can be adjusted, of course, depending on response and thyroid labs. Cheers!
Not really: The most common symptoms of hashimotos are hypothyroid symptoms. These are fatigue, cold intolerance, weight gain, hair loss, constipation, depression, puffy skin...As long as you are on the right thyroid replacement dose (levothyroxine or synthroid) and you don't forget your pills then the symptoms should not be an issue.
I have been diagnosed with autoimmune thyroiditis 3 weeks ago, not treated yet blood test again in 2weeks, and determine treatment. Is this the norm?
Immune throiditis: Autoimmune thyroiditis initially may not require treatment. Only once normal thyroid function is affected is thyroid replacement medication appropriate.
Can P.O.T.S. Be a 'side effect' of Thyroid issues such as hashimoto? Would treatment be the same? Modified lifestyle and meds? Of diff cause diff fix?
Many issues: You offer so many unrelated issues (not your fault) but your doctor (s) don't seem to care. Ask around your friends who might have better doctors to look after you. Please keep me posted.
Is it possible for thyroid nodules, associated with Hashimoto's, to completely disappear without any treatment?
Hashimoto's: Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disorder in which your bodies immune system attacks your thyroid. The thyroid usually shrinks over time in this disease. I would be surprised if thyroid nodules also disappear with this disease. If they grow they should be evaluated at some point.
What is the best treatment for hyperthyroidism, particularly for autoimmune thyroiditis unresponsive to drug therapy?
Furhter eval: Hashi and most autoimmune illnesses stem from undiagnosed food allergens or environmental toxins stored in the body. Go to a4m.Com and use doctor locator function to find a local functional medicine doc to help you order specialized testing for gut like genova cdsa as well as metametrix igg food allergen testing to discover real cause. If not "fixed" other autoimmune illnesses will be in upcoming!
I was diagnosed with biliary dyskinesia and also have hashimoto's thyroiditis. Is there any connection and what are my treatment options.?
I know of: No correlation between gallbladder dysfunction and hashimoto's thyroiditis. If your gallbladder is dysfunctional (and believed to be causing symptoms) the treatment is cholecystectomy.
Detected with hashimotos hypothyroidism, TSH4.67.Doc see small nodules. Is Levothyroxine treatment enough? Or need further evaluation/therapy? Any Risks
Evaluate nodules: I recommend that the "nodules" be evaluated by real-time ultrasonography performed by a thyroid specialist skilled in risk-stratification of nodules based on current American Thyroid Association guidelines. A fine-needle aspiration biopsy is recommended for any that would be regarded as suspicious.See 1 more doctor answer
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