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Old 09-24-2012, 02:20 PM   #12
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Re: Thyroid problem?

I'm sorry your docs won't help you. I would say if you do start to feel even worse,maybe have those tests done by that lab. We have something like this n the U.S. too. many have had these and paid out of pocket because they knew the tsh wasn't enough,or the docs wouldn't run the right tests. You DO seem to have symptoms of a sluggish thyroid,so keep after the docs to treat that and not throw some other meds at you that you probably don't need if you had optimal thyroid hormone levels. Let us know how it goes in the upcoming months.

 
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