Does hashimoto hypothyroidism is associated with inceased risks for other autoimmune diseases? Thank you.

limited risk. It is true that people with 1 autoimunne disease are somewhat more at risk than the general population to develop another, but tha absolute risk is small, & there is evedence to suggest that keeping thyroid disease controlled may reduce further risk. It's important to see your doctor regularly & take your med correctly. Also, tendency to autoimmunity runs in families, so don't hide the problem.
Yes. Hashi and most autoimmune illensses stem from undiagnosed food allergens or toxins in the gut. 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 diagnostechs stool or genova cdsa as well as metametrix igg food allergen testing to discover real cause.

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