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Avatar_f_tn T3, T4 are not showing the available hormone. Please also post the reference range for any results you give so we can you better feedback. What did the Did the Dr. say about her latest result and what did he do? Back to 75 mcg? Testing should be about every 4 - 6 weeks with her current condition, with adjustments then made. Keep hanging out here. Others will also jump in with info.
263988_tn?1281957896 Now - if these aren't issues - I would still consider going for extensive hormone blood work and saliva testing (24 hr ) only for cortisol. Another blood work up you might want to consider is a ACTH test for adrenal fatigue. Andrenals are little devils too - yet we need them to support healthy thyroid function. If they are not doing their job - your thyroid won't be doing it's job and you could still have close to normal labs with the thyroid if these buggers are causing problems.
Avatar_f_tn hi, I am a diabetes for almost 10 years and recently I find that my glucose level is highly unstable although I am taking the same meals without much changes, is there a possibility that I have become used to the insulin so it does not have any effect on me anymore? please help, thanks.
Avatar_n_tn Since then I've had unstable TSH levels ranging from .012 to 13.0. along with typical symptoms. I usually have TSH checked every 6 months or so. I am a 53 year old female in otherwise fairly good health. Anyone have any ideas as to why?
Avatar_n_tn The first thing to be aware of is that TSH is a pituitary hormone that is affected by so many variables that it is totally inadequate as a diagnostic by which to medicate a patient. TSH also has a circadian rhythm, where it is lowest about 9 a.m. and highest about 9 p.m., with as much as a 70% difference. So the time of day when blood is drawn even makes a difference.
Avatar_f_tn This is not a good idea. TSH is a pituitary hormone that is affected by many variables and edoes not correlate very well at all with hypo symptoms. You need to insist on being tested and treated based on your levels of the actual, active thyroid hormones, which are free T3 and free T4 (FT3 and FT4). Free T3 is the most important because it is four times as potent as free T4, and it largely regulates metabolism and many other body functions. Free T3 also correlates best with hypo symptoms.
Avatar_f_tn do you mean a hysterectomy? Can I ask if you've had hormone therapy or hormone problems since the procedure? Have you noticed any changes in your personality? such as mood swings?
Avatar_f_tn Hi, Thyroid hormone imbalance is the most important one which may cause irregular heart beat and changes in BP. Other than this, hormonal imbalances related to the adrenal gland also may cause these problems. As you are currently on Rx for thyroid problem, (Grave's), you may talk to your physician about the adrenal gland. Other than this, please ask your physician to help you space your antihypertensive medications so that drugs are active at most times of the day.
Avatar_m_tn It appears that most of my seizures are caused by stress, fatigue and anger, everytime i cause myself to become unstable or get 'Aura's' i use HGH.. I am 100% certain HGH works.. i hope the medical community give HGH and epilepsy some research because i am certain it is a cure for epilepsy as well as many other brain problems.
6918915_tn?1395936471 Now I am pregnant and I feel like its amplified 10x. I'm so sick it's hard to do anything. But mentally I also feel very unstable. There is nothing going on that would make me feel depressed but I feel extremely sad, disoriented, paranoid, and everything just feels weird and strange. Has anyone else felt like this?
Avatar_n_tn yes the unnatural hormone levels in the antibiotic can make an unstable level in you skeletal system.
649044_tn?1228791879 Dr Lupo, In your practice how many pts who have a TT for unstable Hashimotos actually feel better and can be regulated with thyroid replacement? In general, do most of your post TT pts have success getting regulated with hormone replacement?
Avatar_f_tn This can make the endometrium (uterine lining) unstable and cause abnormal uterine bleeding. A simple blood test for TSH or thyroid-stimulating hormone is the most sensitive way to predict thyroid abnormality. If you are found to have an underactive thyroid gland, thyroid hormone replacement can be effective at restoring fertility. It make take two to three months to regulate your thyroid hormone levels with medication; this should be done before you try to get pregnant.
Avatar_n_tn The hypothalamus is the part of the brain that controls temperature, and fluctuating hormone levels cause it to be unstable and that in turn causes faulty temperature regulation. For some reason the hypothalamus causes the body to heat up, and in response to that the parasympathetic nervous system does its thing and starts sweating in an attempt to cool the body back down. Not everyone has hot flashes. Some are very mild, some are very intense.
Avatar_n_tn Hi, My wife and I are looking forward to conception for about 9 months now but all to no avail. I have done semen analysis and the results as interpreted was good. My wife has also undergone some tests including HSG, Pap Smear, Scan of the womb & Uterus and everything seems ok. Her menstrual cycle has been quiet unstable (29, 28, 27 & 26 days). She has been on Clomid for six months and has just been put on Bromocriptine. How soon can we expect a turn around in the situation?
Avatar_n_tn My question Is this normal to still be unstable on meds and why has my thyroid gland not been distroyed yet? How long does it take for your thyroid gland to stop working? Thanks for your time.
Avatar_n_tn Your thyroid is really unstable. But I read that estrogen suppresses thyroid hormone activity, an excess can lead to signs of low thyroid. Need to go do an ENDO and check all this.
Avatar_n_tn First of all hello, My girlfriend and I are both 20 years old, we are sexually active and for the past 2 months and a bit she has missed her period. She always had an unstable menstrual cycle, meaning it didn't come regularly at all, she once missed it one month ( but now it's more thus my scare ) Is it possible she has this problem for other reasons except pregnancy ? If so, what would those reasons be ?
Avatar_n_tn I took two depo shots and stopped december of 2012. But my period seems to be unstable and even comes twice a month.it's this normal?
Avatar_f_tn Toward the end of your pregnancy you'll experience a surge in the hormone relaxin, which helps your ligaments become stretchy for childbirth. Relaxin can also loosen your pelvic joint, and even cause it to separate a bit. It's common to feel pain near your pubic one, and you may also feel like your legs are unstable. Some women like to use pelvic support belts, which can help stabilize the area.
Avatar_f_tn My hematologist thinks I'm too unstable. I bruise like a peach and my joints are constantly in pain. I have no idea what else I can do.
377600_tn?1225167036 Imbalance of the thyroid and/or thyroid disease (autoimmune) can mimic mental illnesses. They can cause depression, mania, psychosis, and unstable mood. Always rule out medical causes first. Take Care.
Avatar_f_tn I want to start increasing it by 15% but she wants me offf Armour all together because its so unstable but I was fine on it for 6 yrs.
Avatar_f_tn My doc checked my tsh levels and he told me its unstable so I have to see an endroceonologist (thyroid specialist) But what's bothering me is I get really lighted headed at times fatuge, headaches, and I am starting to show minor signs of anxiety Also sometimes I feel as though in going to pass out Is this all cause of thyroid disorder ?
Avatar_n_tn But ive take mulptie pregnancy tests that came up negative am i taking them to Early Or Im Not Showinf Enough Pregnancy Hormone . Ive Been Having All The Syptoms Of Pregnancy Fatigued . Peeing more. Chronic headaches HeartBurn And Loss Of Appretite if I Smell Any Type Of Food It Makes Me Sick. Ive Also Been Moody My Mood As Been Unstable. Im Asking When Should I Test Again?
Avatar_f_tn If it is that,it wont go away till after baby is born.a pregnancy hormone u release effects your pelvic and pubic joints and makes them unstable and this will cause constant pain no matter how u move. If it is this, say it to your doctor or consultant,they will refer u to physio and advise u what to do. Try rest and limit activities as much as possible.
Avatar_f_tn Dont over do it and get plenty of rest if u do have it. A pregnancy hormone called relaxin causes it and makes your pelvic joints and hips unstable and the pain tends to be worse when in bed.go easy!
Avatar_n_tn I can understand my periods being unpredicatble when my weight is unstable. However, I have again missed a period, this time with no substantial weight loss (and with no likelihood of pregnancy). Moreover, my vaginal discharge has become thicker and sometimes even seems green. Am I making a mountain out of a molehill, or could the on-off problem have led on to something else?
1157646_tn?1343970728 The high T3 can be from inflammation and is usually referred to as thyroiditis or T3 Toxycosis.