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Old 03-22-2002, 10:21 PM   #1
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HI, im brooke and im 13, female and i went to my doctor saturday following passing out at school he did blood test and then got back to me thursday and said that my thyroid level was 0.00 so i had a couple questions what does that mean i know its bad because hes sending me to a specialist 80 miles away!in ganesville GA what are symptoms i have passed out a couple time after running for 5 or 6 minutes in p.e every day and i am mostly tired during the day and well mostly all the time I used to be a hyper person particapating in 5 sports and then stress of school and i just became tired i am always cold temperature basal is 94.6 or 95 my throat hurts i have no energy shaky cant concenrate at school and lately my eyes have been blood shot red i was only told i had this problem a couple days ago and my appointment is APRIL 17 so theres nothin i can do about it till then but ive you can help i woul appreciate it! sorry about it being verrry long bye

 
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Re: Questions help ?

It looks like you may be hyperthyroid. The symptoms can cross over between hyper and hypo.
At any rate, it looks like the thyroid is not balanced right for you.

Read the topic here called Information Archive, then ask us whatever, and those with the experience and understanding will share with you.

Try not to worry, and let us know what you find out, please.

 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by K9Mom:
[B]Hi Annesia,
I'm sure this is all very confusing for you right now. It was for me too...and I was 39 when my thyroid problem was discovered!

Most likely you've been referred to an Endocrinologist, which is a specialist in the area of thyroid disorders. I would imagine that several more diagnostic tests will be done to aid the Endocrinologist in making a diagnosis of what exactly your problem is.

My experience was that the Endo took additional blood tests and ordered an ultrasound of my thyroid. Later I also had a thyroid uptake and scan done. All of these tests results put together gave the Endo the information he needed to diagnose me with Graves Disease, which is one of several causes of hyperthyroidism.

It appears that you live relatively close to where I am. I am in the northeast Georgia mountains. Gainesville is 55 miles from me. My Endo is in Atlanta
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Old 03-23-2002, 08:12 PM   #4
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hi its me aneesia again well today i felt relly bad and i just had no energy at all and stuff so i ended up goin to the hospital to see if they could give me anything and they were like we can take test and then see so they took more blood test boy did it hurt she did not know what she was doin anyways this was the results

results LOW high
Sodium 140 136 145

potassium 4.1 3.50 5.10

chloride 102 98 107

total CO2 27 22 29

glucose 87 70 110

Bun 6 7 18

creatine 0.8 0.60 1

Calcium 9.4 8.40 10.80

TSH 0.00 0.34 4.82

Thyroxine 14.1 4.70 13.30

can someone help me he said i was hyper because my thyroxine is higher than normal but according to my tsh its low and i have the symptoms of hypo but he says im hyper please help me !

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Re: Questions help ?

Actually, LOW TSH means hyper. You are indeed hyperthyroid based on both your Thyroxine and TSH results. Being hyperthyroid is a great stress on your body and will often make you fatigued, Commonly you'll have symptoms similar to hypO, because it makes you so exhausted.

Something else that you may see if they can do is an ACTH Stim test. This tests your adrenal glands to see if they are able top make enough cortisol. IF they aren't able to make enough cortisol to help your body deal with the stress of being hyperthyroid, then you will be exhausted AND have low body temps.

At least now you have a diagnosis to go on and there IS treatmetn for hyperthyroidism. Hang in there and if you have any questions, feel free to ask. <p>[This message has been edited by Meep (edited 03-24-2002).]

 
Old 04-25-2002, 05:14 PM   #6
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hey its me i wen to the endo about a week ago and he gave me inderel for my heart racing then told me to go for a thyroid scan so i did and i went and the lady said it was only working 7% 10 - 30 is "normal" and he said I have thyroditis which can " go away" according to how I have been feeling i have had this about 7 months and he says it normally goes away with in 3 months and the x ray tech said I dont think it that so what do you think I should do I hate the way im feeling and its disrubting my school work and that cant happen because I have to make good grades but I can't concentrate like normal. ne help would be appreciated thanks anessia

 
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