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Thyroid from 2004

  1. Since increasing my dose of Synthroid, I have had to increase my 70/30 insulin and add Regular. Does Synthroid cause insulin resistance? (5 Dec 2004)
  2. Since changing from Synthroid to the generic levothroxine, my daughter's blood sugars are all over the place. Could it be from the change? (21 Nov 2004)
  3. Since giving birth, I have gained weight, despite efforts to lose it. Because I have hypothyroidism, is it possible I can develop diabetes? (12 Nov 2004)
  4. Based on my son's latest thyroid panel, is he hypothyroid or in the so-called gray area? Are his headaches and fatigue related to the thyroid? (27 Oct 2004)
  5. We recently learned our son has celiac and hypothyroidism. Where can we find a specialist in the U.S.? There are few specialists in the U.K. (29 Sep 2004)
  6. I was recently diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. If I kill the thyroid with radioactive iodine, will I gain weight? (2 Sep 2004)
  7. Can a high thyroid level cause an increase in blood glucose readings? (30 Aug 2004)
  8. My son's recent thyroid results were 5.25. Isn't that on the high side of the scale? (23 Jul 2004)
  9. Is a TSH of 3.9 okay for a 13 month old? Should I periodically have him tested? His brother has diabetes and his dad has celiac. (27 May 2004)
  10. What are the long term implications of killing the thyroid and taking Synthroid the rest of your life? Would this impact the ability to have children? (12 May 2004)
  11. I've learned my daughter's blood sugar drops between 5 and 6 a.m. Why is this? Could it be caused by the thyroid pill she takes at 5 a.m.? (8 May 2004)
  12. How do Graves disease and lupus affect my daughter's diabetes? Or, how does the diabetes affect Graves and lupus? (19 Mar 2004)
  13. My TSH level has dropped since I started taking insulin. Could the insulin intake have anything to do with the reduction in TSH levels? (16 Mar 2004)
  14. My seven year old son with type 1 diabetes had incorrect thyroid levels. Does he have hypothyroidism? What other tests would you recommend? (16 Mar 2004)
  15. I had my diabetes under good control until my doctor increased my dosage of Synthroid. Does the Synthroid affect the blood sugars? (14 Mar 2004)
  16. Some my seven year old son's thyroid tests came back abnormal, including an elevated TSH. Does this represent true thyroid disease? (8 Mar 2004)
  17. Is insulin resistance common with Addison's disease? Or, is my patient being over insulinized and feeding insulin all day to prevent lows? (8 Mar 2004)
  18. Is it common to test positive for both Grave's disease and Hashimoto's thyroiditis? Why do three family members all have autoimmune diseases? (4 Mar 2004)
  19. My son was recently diagnosed with hypothyroidism. With all the bad press about Synthroid, are there alternative medications? (3 Mar 2004)
  20. My son has been complaining of stomach aches, being tired, has a few dry skin patches and just isn't himself. Could it be hypothyroidism? (18 Feb 2004)
  21. I would like to know if there is any relation between diabetes and the cancer and with hypothyroidism, because I have all of them at once. (12 Feb 2004)
  22. Recently my fasting blood glucose level has been slightly higher than normal. Is this related to the thyroid disease? (23 Jan 2004)
  23. My daughter is beginning to develop antibodies against her thyroid. (4 Jan 2004)
  24. My son has done his thyroid tests and his TPOAb was positive. What can he do? (2 Jan 2004)

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