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Blood test shows my immune system is attacking the thyroid hormone, st this point the thyroid is shown to be unharmed. Can this be permanently cured?
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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
6 doctors agree
In brief: Endocrinologist
You have what is called autoimmune thyroid disease.
You need to be evaluated by an endocrinologist, who specializes in hormonal diseases, to better understand your diagnosis and determine if therapy is warranted.

In brief: Endocrinologist
You have what is called autoimmune thyroid disease.
You need to be evaluated by an endocrinologist, who specializes in hormonal diseases, to better understand your diagnosis and determine if therapy is warranted.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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Dr. Jennie Law
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
2 doctors agree
In brief: No cure, treatable
Sounds like you might have elevated tpo antibodies, which suggest you would have a higher than average risk of decreasing thyroid function over time- but not all ppl with elevated tpo will develop thyroid prob that needs treatment.
Just check TSH annually, or earlier if u develop symptoms. (unless u mean high tsi/trab antibodies, then thyroid over function).

In brief: No cure, treatable
Sounds like you might have elevated tpo antibodies, which suggest you would have a higher than average risk of decreasing thyroid function over time- but not all ppl with elevated tpo will develop thyroid prob that needs treatment.
Just check TSH annually, or earlier if u develop symptoms. (unless u mean high tsi/trab antibodies, then thyroid over function).
Dr. Jennie Law
Dr. Jennie Law
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Dr. Brian Novick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: See an endocrine dr
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In brief: See an endocrine dr
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Dr. Brian Novick
Dr. Brian Novick
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