I have a hashimoto's thyroid. Which food I can eat?

Any. Enjoy any food you like! there are no specific food restrictions for your condition.

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Anyone know anything about hashimoto's thyroidism symptoms?

Hashimoto's symptoms. Some common symptoms are: fatigue, hair loss, hoarse voice, slower speech, depressed, brittle nails, dry skin, feeling cold, constipation, weight gain... Read more...
Hypo and hyper... Hashimoto's thyroiditis is an autoimmune disease and can present with both hyperthyroid or hypothyroid phases. Most frequently patients have symptoms of weight gain, fatigue, paleness, joint/muscle pain, constipation, inability to get warm, hair loss, irregular menstruation, depression, and slow heart rate. Read more...

Hashimoto thyroidism, HGH bld pressure vitamin d sufficient, excess weight gain, feel tired all the time, would amphetamine boost my energy?

Yes, but. It would be potentially dangerous and possibly illegal depending upon the source of the amphetamines. Why put something in your body that is harmful and can potentially kill you? Also get off the armour thyroid, which is ground up pig tissue and have your doctor put you on brand name T4 replacement, which is better and safer. Read more...

I have hashimoto thyroidism, pituitary tumor, seizures, lesion on my brain and had multiple concussions. My calves are hurting bad what could this be?

Wow- a lot! This can either be as simple as muscular if you have had any changes in excercise or even trauma (fall, seizure). Or it can be neurological, neuropathic pain due to your comorbidities or even the brain lesion. Or vascular such as a DVT or blood clot in your veins. I would recommend that you get evaluated at your earliest convenience. Read more...

Could anxiety and memory loss be caused by hashimoto' s thyrodism?

Hypothyroid. Low thyroid function can cause both emotional and cognitive issues, and indeed, doctors often consider low thyroid function in explaining memory loss in a new patient. The situation should stabilize once you have thyroid functions under control. Read more...
Encephalopathy. Anxiety and memory loss are probably related to hypothyroidism. There is something called "steroid-responsive or hashimotos encephalopathy". It is rare, and has severe symptoms. The relationship to hashimotos is not clear, but it may be some kind of autoimmune encephalopathy. If your symptoms progress, you may want to see a neurologist. Read more...

I have hashimoto's disease but have had an episode of thyroid storm. How can this happen?

HASHITOXICOSIS. Hyperthyroidism: 9.2% autonomous adenoma = hot nodules in thyroid scan; 59.6% graves' disease= hyperthyroidism with eye symptoms; 31.2% unclassified hyperthyroidism at least half of the 31.2% unclassified hyperthyroidism are probably graves' disease. About 15% of hyperthyroidism is hashitoxicosis, toxic nodular goiter, and other multifocal autonomies. Read more...
Hashimotos. This is unusual. There is a condition called hashitoxicosis that is associated with hyperthyroidism. You may actually have graves disease. The tsi antibodies will confirm this. Read more...

What is the actual range for the thyroid to be outside of to have hashimoto's. Been told by my endo I have this - but levels are just within range?

The TSH/ the thyroid. Hormone we check for thyroid function reflects the activity of the thyroid gland and not the thyroid condition. Usual normal TSH range : .5- 4.5/5. With hashimoto's, the function or activity could be low, normal or high. Paradoxically , a low or underactive thyroid would have a high or above normal TSH &vice-versa.On another mattergrave' disease is another condition which has overactive function. Read more...
TSH vs. antibodies. Although i don't know why someone would have checked for thyroid antibodies, if they were high, that is why your doctor says you have hashimotos. However, even if the antibodies are there, if your TSH is normal, that means your thyroid is still working fine. No meds are necessary.It does not cause symptoms. Your TSH does need to be checked periodically because you could develop thyroid dysfunction. Read more...