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Thyroid from 2000

  1. I found out that I had an enlarged thyroid, but my blood test was normal. What do you recommend for me to do, or who to see? (1 Dec 2000)
  2. I have type 1 diabetes, and I am on Synthroid. If I forget to take my pill, will it make my sugar levels higher the next day or two? (27 Nov 2000)
  3. We were told that my son is insulin resistant and now has tested positive for hyperthyroidism. Are these problems common in children? (15 Nov 2000)
  4. What symptoms would indicate a need for thyroid screening? (1 Nov 2000)
  5. Antibodies were present, but she has no other symptoms. Our doctor has put her on medication. Do you think treatment is of any benefit at this point? (23 Oct 2000)
  6. I have been taking Synthroid for five years now. My levels of medication keep going up. Does this increase of medication cause any type of infertility? (3 Oct 2000)
  7. What are the effects of diabetes and thyroid problems during pregnancy? What are the most important months of tight control during pregnancy? (12 Sep 2000)
  8. He seems to have such high resistance compared to my own daughter who also has diabetes. Could a thyroid problem exist for him? (10 Sep 2000)
  9. Could the injections have something to do with her losing her hair? Could it be due to it being dry before being diagnosed? (3 Sep 2000)
  10. How severely does Grave's aggravate insulin resistance? Does CAH have an effect on insulin resistance and/or Graves'? (3 Sep 2000)
  11. Is hot weather climate better or worse for people with diabetes? Do weather conditions have any bearing on blood sugar levels? (3 Sep 2000)
  12. What do we expect if he does have overactive thyroid? Will this affect his blood sugar control? Will my endocrinologist also test for Addison's Disease, and celiac disease? (8 Aug 2000)
  13. Did my surgery cause the reading to be off? (21 Jul 2000)
  14. My daughter was diagnosed with an overactive thyroid. What are the implications and side effects? (15 Jul 2000)
  15. My daughter, age 5.5, has congenital hypothyroidism. (20 Jun 2000)
  16. My son was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism, and his doctor said that it happens to 5% of people with diabetes. (18 Jun 2000)
  17. Antibodies have been found in the thyroid and we are wondering what medication/treatment is. (4 Jun 2000)
  18. If low dose L-thyroxine treatment is begun early, how great is the likelihood of halting the autoimmune process? (2 May 2000)
  19. There was a new prescription for a thyroid medication. It seems that he tested positive for antibodies. (30 Apr 2000)
  20. What is the incidence of thyroid dysfunction in young children with Type 1 diabetes? (29 Apr 2000)
  21. Could anyone tell me if the thyroid problems, antibodies, low blood sugar level and symptoms are related? (29 Apr 2000)
  22. Does diabetes or insulin have anything to do with body temperature? (23 Apr 2000)
  23. My daughter was diagnosed with type 1 almost 3 years ago. Today she was diagnosed with hypothyroidism. (22 Apr 2000)
  24. My daughter has had type 1 for 6 years and just been diagnosed with an autoimmune thyroid disease. (17 Apr 2000)
  25. My 3 year old daughter was recently diagnosed with diabetes. Her HbA1c was 17.2. (31 Mar 2000)
  26. My daughter was put on Synthroid for hypothyroidism, and she received a positive test for celiac. (31 Mar 2000)
  27. Researchers were asking if there was any family history of thyroid disorders. (13 Mar 2000)
  28. How long could the honeymoon stage continue? How will puberty affect it? (12 Feb 2000)
  29. Does diabetes affect growth and physical development? (30 Jan 2000)
  30. My daughter went for her check up today and the doctor said her thyroid was enlarged. (11 Jan 2000)

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