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I went to my family MD and explained the symptoms and he drew blood to check levels. On my return visit It was explained to me that my testosterone levels were low..well below 100 ng/dl. So he started treatment with a T replacement Gel. Three months later we checked my levels again. I had seen no and felt very little improvement since my last visit and was concerned for my health. Well....no changes...infact my T levels were lower.
The really good news is that as low as your level is, you should be able to completely control your blood sugar levels by diet - simply eliminate some of the sweets and starches - assuming that you have some degree of self control. Unfortunately, this problem is one side effect of PCOS; my own blood work was done because of those repeatedly missed ovulations I mentioned on another thread. The doctor wanted to check this issue as well.
Artificial sweeteners, including saccharine, cyclamates, and aspartame, don't turn into glucose and therefore don't raise blood sugar levels. Because of this many people assume they can only help with weight control. If you look back on our discussion .... you may perceive how these sweeteners could actually stimulate weight gain.
This sounds like you might be having some blood sugar issues going on. Do you have access to a glucometer? If so, you might try checking your bs before eating and then one hour after eating. Would it be possible to go see your GP to rule anything else out? You might get in a bit quicker with them. You have probably already thought of this, I don't know. So, please don't think I am insulting your intelligence.
My thyroid, sugar and vitamin levels normal, and I tested negative for Lyme and Lupas. The anemia I had was gone too, with just a slight vitamin d deficiency which I am now taking a supplement for. I have read about the Lyme tests not always being accurate, but I never had a ring or noticed any bite marks. I will definitely take your advice in searching for another md and getting my chart. Thank you for that. Yes, it is very frustrating.
I get intense, throbbing headaches 2 hours after eating food. The more sugar content, the more intense the headache, and the longer the headache lasts. If I eat something like a snickers bar or a piece of cake, the intensity is debilitating and the pain can last for days. Just about anything with more than a few grams of sugar gives me a headache.
Magnesium serum isn't accurate since the body will keep magnesium levels in normal range in the blood at the expense of the cells. If you have a severe deficiency then the body won't be able to do that. I have magnesium deficiency symptoms overnight if I eat sugar! :) I've read ferritin levels need to be at least 70 ng/mL for an extended period of time to slow hair shedding and encourage new hair growth. Optimal calcium absorption occurs with a vitamin D level greater than 79.
If you still have symptoms, your levels aren't optimal. Are you making sure you eat a good breakfast? If you don't and your blood sugar levels fall, you could get the ringing ears/dizzy feeling.
Last year I had a parathyroid tumor the size of a chicken egg removed...parathyroids only control your blood calcium levels...If you have a tumor, even a pea sized one, it makes your bones give up calcium...You get symptoms of what docs call groans, psych moans and bones...You will get kidney stones, high blood pressure, joint/back pain, constipation, heart burn, fatigue, and so much more...also depression, sleep probs, blood sugar problems and constant headaches...Sound familiar?
So for example, if you take a blood pressure medication that is metabolized by CYP3A4, inhibiting this enzyme with grapefruit juice may raise the levels of the blood pressure med in your blood and IN YOUR LIVER....and it can cause an overdose (and your blood pressure to go down too low). So if you want to lower your viral load by drinking grapefruit juice, you'll need to make sure that you're not taking any meds that are metabolized by CYP450.
Am I the only person from the UK to take part - all the comments seem to be from Canada or the US. If anyone is interested in the Essiac go to eva.
Symptom relief can then begin, however you must be on the right dose and the right med for you. Blood levels can be taken in 4 to 6 weeks to see if you are on the right track. Try to get extra sleep, as this helps speed things along. You can also take suppliments like magnesium, Omega 3, and vitamin D and a good multi. Eating correctly ( low carb. high protein, low sugar and avoid processed foods) can help too.
We have not had to try it yet as I have enough of the original formula to make it awhile, however, I am on lookout to see how others are doing, and you seem to fit the profile of people who are seeing such drastic differences in their labs t3 and t4 levels on the newly reformulated Nature-Throid. The t4 and t3 should be closer in range and atleast mid range or higher.
this could have something to do with the fact that I probably needed the b12, but countless doctors.. hospitals ... blood work .. nobody found that out? I'm just saying ... Anybody else had experiences?
It seems that the one big indicator of parathyroid disease is the elevated (even just slightly) blood calcium levels. I can report that as of 2 weeks ago, my blood calcium level was within the normal range, (I have the test results in front of me, I wanted a printed copy for myself!) So, it would seem that it isn't my parathyroid. But, that was a really interesting suggestion, seeing as I've never heard anybody ever mention a parathyroid. My blood pressure is always nice and normal, too.
I didn't get pregnant but my progesterone blood levels were good. The 2nd time I took the progesterone in the form of vaginal suppositories ("Cyclogest") and had to insert 1 every 8 hours and remain lying for one hour after insertsion so that it won't all ooze down automatically ( no fun). again I didn't get pregnant but when I measured my progesterone blood levels it was toooooooooooooooo low which might have been the reason I didn't get pregnant.
did some blood work to check for RA and noticed my elevated levels...and they weren't very high by that time...had more blood work done and that's how I found out I had it. I think I was pretty lucky or she's pretty good.
abnormal low levels of phosphorus indicate dietary imbalance, Diabetes or overactive parathyroid gland. low levels of blood urea nitrogen can indicate Liver disease or starvation.. I am not saying that possibly you ran across something that has actually "cured" your cat but as we all know if your cat has Renal failure there is no cure only things we can give them to help and to slow down progression..
I wrote the post on metamucil and weightloss but even the doctor i am seeing for the eating disorder program says i can take it and it has nothing to do with weightloss. I have no clue about weight gain but if you look on the calorie count it is very low so i would guess something else is going on in your life for your weight to be affected. I'm not a doctor but that's my guess.
And don't know her levels in anything because blood analysis isn't complete. If there were some vitamin alimentary complement with potassium that I could be sure 100% good ? Glucosamine/chondrodin is good for arthritis: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2175&aid=669 What is the name of your product ? There she woke up and went drinking. I'm very glad to have all of those advices. But I'm still lost because here in France there is not a lot of products like that for sell.
Maybe you need a strength between 75mcg and 88mcg. "Natural" means nothing to me. "Bio-identical" means nothing to me. A medication that works means a lot. "Natural" thyroid hormones are not "bio-identical" (that means a lot to some people), nor do they contain the exact amount of T4 and T3 that a human thyroid produces. "Bio-identical" thyroid hormones are synthetic, but they are exactly the same hormones your body produces.
I would like to know if any one has used this drug to assist weight loss/sugar control and then been able to control blood sugar levels without the drug? Once you start, is it forever? I have never posted to a site like this,hope I get a response.
I first went to my internist and he ran quite a few tests including blood work to see if maybe I had Rheumatoid, he then sent me to see my Rheumy. He found 16 of the 18 trigger points and by the time I got out of his office I was in horrid pain. My husband and children know and understand that I am sick, tho at times it's very difficult for them to understand the full concept of this disease. I am so sorry that you are in pain. I hope this helped you out at least a little.
once just wasn't enough) in Egypt while I was in Canada... all done by email !!!! So long as March 13 isn't a Friday and your appointment's not at 1pm, you should be okay!!! ;-) Fiona, what can I say... ??? There was just something really sexy about him!!!! You know? I haven't seen it in years and now I'm dying to see it again to see if I'd still think the same or if I'd think "WHAT was I THINKIING?????
Treated several times with Ribaviron and Interferon, levels went down to zero and was kept on a maintenance dose. Levels went back up, still stayed on maintenance for 2 years until insurance company would not pay. I have been off everything for almost 2 yrs but still monitor levels with bloodwork. Dr. says there is a new combo of Ribaviron and Interferon and another med. Will probably try that as soon as its approved.
This is one sure sign of lack of Magnesium, also included are gall stones, anxiety, depression, suicidal tendencies, stressed out feeling, tremors, seizures, fear of the unknown, numbness of extremities, pain in extremities, dizziness, high BP, unstable blood sugar, irregular, rapid heart beats, memory loss, insomnia, restless leg syndrome, cramps, - and hundreds more., Dr Carolyn Dean's book is amazing. "The Magnesium Miracle.".
It was formulated by Helen Yong, a master herbalist of HerbWise from Ontario, Canada. I have her e-mail address for anyone interested. Is anyone else taking an herbal prepartion containing Sophora japonica(oxymatrine) or Andrographis paniculata as treatment for HCV?
A blood test to test what hormones? What kind of answers will I get? So by doing interval training it's causing me to maintain weight. Should I do 45min of cardio at 85 % of my target heart rate 5 days a week?
Only a low carb diet will keep the weight off - I can cut calories and work out 'til the cows come home, but I still put on weight. My blood sugar is 99. My thyroid is normal, but I have low blood pressure. A new odd development - cysts all over my legs - as of last year. Two doctors say they are lypomas, but they are hard and red. My doctor did blood tests and everything is good to normal. Any ideas?
you take your meds...you monitor your blood levels...you adjust your meds until you feel good. My best advice to you would be to forget OTC remedies. If you're convinced that you want to go with a non-synthetic product, then it would behoove you to find a competent doctor to manage prescription dessicated for you after a cardiac workup to rule out any contraindications.
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