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Re: NORMAL THYROID TESTS BUT HAVE SYMPTOMS

Re: NORMAL THYROID TESTS BUT HAVE SYMPTOMS

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Posted by Kathleen on November 03, 2000 at 17:43:14:

In Reply to: NORMAL THYROID TESTS BUT HAVE SYMPTOMS posted by howard on November 03, 2000 at 10:39:22:

Hi Howard, Yes I see.....your previous message wasn't clear on if you had high or low temperatures. I'm sorry you're having to go through all of this. It's so frustrating when we have symptoms that our doctor's don't take very seriously!

My advice to you is to look for an alternative medicine MD that will really listen to you and get to the bottom of it. My doctor told me what most typical doctors consider 'normal range' for thyroid testing is a ridiculously large range, and that because something is 'common' does not mean it is "normal" or "good"!

You need to find a doctor that will be willing to work with you on this, because it sure sounds like you are hyperthyroid, if even just slightly! I would do an internet search for different doctors in your area. One idea, even though you don't have Wilson's Syndrome, would be to go to that site anyway to the page where they list all of the doctors, to at least get you some contacts in a city near you of doctors that go that extra mile for their patients. Or you may find one on there that treats both conditions.

Best of luck to you,
Kathleen


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