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Thyroid hormone levels crazy
Thank you for moving this to a better discussion board 🙂
That discussion (High TSH and High T3) is actually what made me join this website. I honestly don't believe it's cancer, I read that most pituitary tumors are benign.
I feel sluggish, irritable, suicidal (I have a psychologist and psychiatrist that I am working with), I have been fainting for about 3 weeks now. Nothing feels different as far as the Synthroid goes.
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Fainting has to do with low blood sugar, usually. Low blood sugar can make you not think well at all. I wouldn't put up with fainting, as I had spells years ago when I had low blood sugar, mostly due to stress. I cured that problem with diet and lowering the noise and stress level in my home. I had low thyroid for years and was refused medication for it, as the new doctor said I didn't need it even though I had been on it for years. So I remain as confused as others about the proper treatment. Dorisena
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