6438Re: [GIWorld-Hepatitis] Sweating
- Jul 9, 2001Pat...
If I remember right (and with this brain fog that isn't always the
case), the TSH is the hormone the brain produces that takes over when
the thyroid isn't doing it's job. I think it's T9 or something they
measure for hyperthyroid....at least that's what it is in cats.
Now this happened to me some months ago, so research might have made
some new findings. It is common for older wimmin to become
hypothyroid....not to mention those of us on rebetron. And ofcourse
each person is an individual. I think Claudine said when her TSH was 13
she could barely move....yet I was just a tad tired with mine at 110.
BTW, someone talked about sensitivity to the sun. I remember when I
first signed up with Commitment to Care they warned me of sensitivity to
the sun. I've not experienced it but it must be common if it's something
they warn you about.
> If you'll read the newer stuff on thyroid, they found that for women[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> esp, anything above a 2 can cause hypothyroid problems. ....As my
> thyroid slowly lowers after treatment, my symptoms are slowly going
> away too.
> Just becuase they say something is "normal" doesn't always mean it's
> normal for you.
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