Dr. Rifat Naghmi
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Hypothyroidism

The reason of your joint pains is probably not hypothyroidism.
The latter may be associated with other rheumatologic conditions. So, please see your doctor for a full work-up.

In brief: Hypothyroidism

The reason of your joint pains is probably not hypothyroidism.
The latter may be associated with other rheumatologic conditions. So, please see your doctor for a full work-up.
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Dr. Nisha Chellam
Internal Medicine

In brief: Thyroid why symptoms

You have evidence of a fatty liver and ? increased iron.
the ferritin will be helpful. Levothyroxine is the inactive form of thyroid and gets activated in the liver. If the liver is inflamed due to diet or "toxins". So address the diet or change the type of thyroid medication. See a functional medical doc to get more guidance.

In brief: Thyroid why symptoms

You have evidence of a fatty liver and ? increased iron.
the ferritin will be helpful. Levothyroxine is the inactive form of thyroid and gets activated in the liver. If the liver is inflamed due to diet or "toxins". So address the diet or change the type of thyroid medication. See a functional medical doc to get more guidance.
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