← Return to Low/High TSH Levels, and Impact on Other Conditions?

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@kanaazpereira

Hi @jimana,

You'll notice that I put your message in the Diabetes/Endocrine group, where there are many active conversations about thyroid issues.

@wdd18054 @upartist @upnorthnancy @jmbjar @michellecrcrn @popolopo @cahnny @taterjoy @michellecrcrn @katemn @lynnkay1956 @akogut @cherriann @taterjoy @katemn @joidevie have talked about various thyroid problems, and I sincerely hope they will return to share their experiences.

I'd like to tag @chancery too, who has posted about Nature-Throid in a past discussion: http://mayocl.in/2nqyZJV
You may also wish to view this discussion: "Can you have a combination of hypo and hyper thyroid problems?"
http://mayocl.in/2nIrKdJ

@jimana, what other symptoms do you have, that may be linked to low TSH?

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Replies to "Hi @jimana, You'll notice that I put your message in the Diabetes/Endocrine group, where there are..."

Thanks, @kanaazpereira . Aside from some hair loss, dry skin, brittle nails and a difficult time keeping my weight where I would like it, I know of no symptoms. The occasional A-Fib (which began when my thyroid numbers were just fine but now may be triggered by them when they are out of whack), may be a symptom, and I definitely will do anything to avoid it.