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moonchild6

575d

I was recently diagnosed with subclinical hyperthyroidism/graves with a TSH dropping from 1.6 to .18 in 3 months, normal T3 T4 TSI of 18.6 . I'm experiencing many symptoms, some have subsided since I've been on propylthiouracil but they found 2 nodules on my thyroid and I've been waiting for an appt with a new Endo for months now and I'm beginning to lose hope, I know the TSI is way above normal range, but I don't know the severity of it being that my previous Endo wasn't very helpful/informative. I'm curious what everyone's numbers were and what treatment route you've taken to stabilize yourself. I want to start a family soon and I know I need to get it under control first, so I am trying to stay proactive , but it's hard when I'm unsure about everything. tyia 😁

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    • Angiebear35

      571d

      @MichaelNavy have you had your thyroid removed?

    • MichaelNavy

      574d

      He explains the basics , but impotence about getting to know yourself first.

    • MichaelNavy

      574d

      I suggest you listen to Indian Guru and learn about the body. Very complicated, especially if Endo doc are clueless

    • MichaelNavy

      574d

      I can give many symptoms I've had thru the years.

    • MichaelNavy

      574d

      Hello , yes very rare to have what we have . I got it in 1998. Paralyzed from the neck to my feet. Grave made my muscle weakness and spasm. My hormones have been everywhere. What makes me mad for 20 years still no answers

      • Angiebear35

        571d

        @MichaelNavy have you had your thyroid removed?

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