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How To Reduce Tsh Level With Out Medicine
What to do to increase the TSH level nd harmones to work properly inorder to get regular periods.? I hav my TSH level in fastin (phentermine) as 1.9
My testosterone level is 128. Doc has asked me to get injection of testosterone. How to remediate this condition? How to improve it. Do i need meds ?
Is it safe to take higher doses of Synthroid (thyroxine) to get the TSH level up then to start reducing the levels to normalize it ?
Synthroid (thyroxine) : Higher doses of synthroid (thyroxine) should lower your tsh, not raise it. You should never change a dose of prescription medication without working out a plan with the doctor or health care provider who prescribed it to you and can monitor the results. Make an appointment with your doctor to discuss a plan that you both agree on. ...Read more
My thyroid test results are low t3, (liothyronine) freet3 is barely within range low end. How can I get my dr. To try thyroid medication to see if it would help?
Need more info: What are your symptoms? Symptoms of under active thyroid? What are your other levels? Free t4, tsh, thyroid antibodies test? If feel not getting anywhere you can try and see a specialist in thyroid called an endocrinologist who may be able to help you and explain your labs and treatment options if any available to you. ...Read more
High potassium level: Causes of high potassium levels are the following: chronic and acute kidney failure, addison's disease, hemolysis of rbc's, metabolic acidosis, poorly controlled diabetes mellitus, the use of ace-i or arb's, excessive ingestion of potassium supplements and muscle destruction. ...Read more
High cortisol: Walk in nature, meditate, take phosphatidyl serine, and/ or use adaptagenic herbs like ashwaganda to lower your cortisol levels. ...Read more
Increase of Abilify (aripiprazole) caused severe sedation. Need to be able to focus on school but can't function. Can i skip a dose and resume at lower dose to reduce serum levels quickly? Doc auth dose decrease.
Get details from doc: When it comes to these types of questions no one on a network such as this should be looked at as more authoritative than your own physician. There are far too many variables in something like this for anyone to tell you "what" or "how" to make a medication change. Call your doctor's office and ask them for the detail on how to reduce dosage. You will be glad you did. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can the use of dexamethasone cause thyroid to either go high or low, give your body thyroid issues? Used it for high dhea levels to try & get pregnant
Thyroid inflammation: Can cause variable TSH results. Tsh tests are very sensitive but often not real reproducible. Levels vary by time of day. Tsh is secreted in spurts and may vary depending upon when it's drawn. Plus some labs are better and more reliable than others. ...Read more
Yes: It is preferable to take your thyroid medication at your usual time. ...Read more
More info needed: More information is needed in order to answer the question. How old is the child? Why was the test ordered? What other tests were ordered? Has the child been evaluated by an endocrinologist? ...Read more
Can you treat underactive thyroid through diet (vs rx or to delay rx)? My TSH was 5.9 mlU/L. At what point do you consider treatment?
What could cause my high tolerance of bzd's, md prescription 10 5mg Valium and told me to experiment to get right level for pre-sig anx. 12.5mg next to no effect?
Tolerance: Tolerance to valium may indicate tolerance to other benzodiazepines, alcohol, or similar other CNS depressants you might be using. Or, you could simply be extremely anxious. If you're accustomed to valium or medications like it already, the 5mg dose may not provide much effect. ...Read more
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