coolweirdo

361d

What to do when symptoms come back or get worse but TSH and T4 levels are "normal"?

Hypothyroidism

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  • mercury.moth

    361d

    Find a doctor that doesn’t follow ranges but symptoms. Everyone is different and one’s optimal range may not be optimal for another. I recommend finding a Walsh Practitioner to help you.

  • hmmmm

    358d

    i've also seen that some labs use different ranges so what might be "normal" in one place isn't at another. (i think it's something about them using the averages of everyone who gets their thyroid levels tested but that's unreliable because most people that get their thyroid levels tested don't have healthy levels)

  • hmmmm

    358d

    i just looked it up and it's optimal vs normal ranges

  • Noodlez

    342d

    Just remember those tests are taken at a single moment and really can’t reflect your experience over long periods of time

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