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@kanaazpereira

Hi @conrand,

@johnbishop, has provided some great resources which I hope will help. May I ask if you are concerned about any particular autoimmune condition? We look forward to getting to know you better.

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I am newly diagnosed with Hypothyroidism but over my 69 years i have had other problems

@pammettee – I was diagnosed in 2004 with Hypothyroidism. Over the years they got me to 100 mg of Synthroid. I then had breast cancer and they took me off of hormones and I went down to 88 mg. Last year I was diagnosed with Giant Cell Arteritis and was put on Prednisone. I put on 12 pounds and they had to take me up to 100 mg again. Recently I felt like I was going hyper and I was moved back to 88 mg. You certainly have to be watched every 3 to 6 months so they can regulate your dosage of Synthroid. I was being seen once a year until the diagnosis of GCA. I feel wonderful when I am on the right dosage of Synthroid. It is a wonderful medication that gives me a lot of energy. I cannot imagine having to live without my Synthroid. My problems are all autoimmune. I also have Rosacea.