The short answer to the above question: Standard lab tests run by a doctor or endocrinologist are woefully inadequate when it comes to finding thyroid problems. Read our section on thyroid testing to find out more.
Do you suffer from any of these common symptoms?
- Depression and Anxiety
- Dry Hair and Dry Skin
- Digestive Problems, IBS, or constipation
- Menstrual Irregularities and Fertility Problems
- High cholesterol
- Inability to Lose Weight
- Feeling Cold or Cold Hands & Feet
- Requiring an Excessive Amount of Sleep to Function Properly
- Brain Fog or Mental Sluggishness
- Muscle and Joint Pains, Carpal Tunnel/Tendonitis problems
These symptoms are common in people who suffer from thyroid disease.
According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) there were 27 million Americans with thyroid disease in 2005 and over 1/2 of them were undiagnosed. This is because the standard thyroid testing you are receiving at your medical doctor or endocrinologist is inadequate, insufficient, incomplete, and just flat out a joke if you understand thyroid physiology.
Have you been tested and told you are normal but you are still having throid symptoms such as fatigue and depression? Read our section on thyroid testing to find out why that label of "normal" is inaccurate for so many people.
Perhaps you are one of the many who has been diagnosed with a thyroid disease, are on medication, but still experience these symptoms. If you or someone you know in this situation please read our section on thyroid medications to help understand why.
Do you struggle with depression or anxiety also? Read about how serotonin and the thyroid are related to find answers.
Have you had your thyroid radioactively killed or surgically removed due to Grave's disease or thyroid cancer? Read our section for people who have had their removed by clicking HERE and going to the bottom of the page.
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