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Re: What is a "normal" TSH if I have no thyroid gland?
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Posted by bach
on June 07, 2000 at 08:33:30:
In Reply to: Re: What is a "normal" TSH if I have no thyroid gland? posted by Susan on June 06, 2000 at 22:38:19:
Jude is correct. My daughter has congenital Hypothyroidism.(born without a thyroid)
In her twelve years I can remember that her TSH ranges have been all over. Generally the doctors are pleased when it is a 3. Right now it is .09.I wonder if that is a bit too hyper. hummmm She also seems fine but moody. But who can tell with a 12 year old.
Not sure what the endo will say. She is pre-puberty.
Anyway, I am recently diognosed, Hashi and Hypo.
Been on synthroid for three weeks. Been really snappy and emotional for the last two.
Perhaps you also are going through an adjustment period. Maybe things will look and feel different in a few weeks. If not I wonder if there are any health risks being a bit on the hyper side. Especially if you liked how you felt. Maybe that wasn't so bad if it is safe.
Let us know!
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