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    Default hypothyroidism?????

    my bloods come back and it said that i could have a possible subclinical hypothrodism should i be conserned does anyone have any info in this condition?

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    is that mild thyroid inactivity?? if so - thats what I have, and I do believe that its pretty common in women over 30 (I have no idea how old you are though?? ) I was diagnosed with it last year, my GP just monitored my levels over a few months ... they didn't come back up, I was depressed, tired, putting on weight and generally miserable .. so I'm now taking daily medication.

    I do believe that its something that can be sorted with medication?


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    is that mild thyroid inactivity?? if so - thats what I have, and I do believe that its pretty common in women over 30 (I have no idea how old you are though?? ) I was diagnosed with it last year, my GP just monitored my levels over a few months ... they didn't come back up, I was depressed, tired, putting on weight and generally miserable .. so I'm now taking daily medication.

    I do believe that its something that can be sorted with medication?


    Jen

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    My thyriod just quit working after my son was born. I take thyroxine daily.
    Apparently it is very common post pregnancy and can fix its self sometimes.
    Best wishes!


 

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