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  1. Hyperthyroid: Webster's Timeline History, 1939 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  2. Eighty-Seven Thyroid Disease Questions Answered!: Self-Educate through Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid Q & A! (Volume 1) by James M. Lowrance, 2010-08-25
  3. Life Manual for Graves Disease & Hyperthyroid by Svetla Bankova, 2006-11-30
  4. Enhancement of Imipramine Mortality in Hyperthyroid Mice Reprinted from Nature, Vol. 196, No. 4854 by Prange, Prof. Arthur J. and Prof. Morris A. Lipton, 1962
  5. Comparison of muscarinic receptor- and @b-adrenoceptor-mediated vasorelaxation between euthyroid and acute hyperthyroid rats [An article from: Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C] by H. Honda, T. Iwata, et all 2005-07-01
  6. Spontaneous hypothyroidism in the follow up of Graves hyperthyroid patients treated with antithyroid drugs.(Disease/Disorder overview): An article from: Southern Medical Journal by Adriana V.C. De Moraes, Ana Beatriz P. Pedro, et all 2006-10-01
  7. PPT is easy to miss in the hyperthyroid phase.(OBSTETRICS): An article from: OB GYN News by Kerri Wachter, 2010-09-01
  8. Antibodies that Cause Thyroid Diseases and Symptoms by Jim Lowrance, 2009-04-25
  9. Common Thyroid Disease Complications by James M. Lowrance, 2008-07-26
  10. Thyroid Hormones and the Tests That Monitor Them by James M. Lowrance, 2008-07-27
  11. The Best Darn Hyperthyroidism Ebook! by Jim Lowrance, 2010-04-02
  12. A Complete Look at Hyperthyroidism by James M. Lowrance, 2008-07-29
  13. Understanding The Thyroid - Hypothyroidism And Thyroid Disease by Grace Opie, 2010-06-11
  14. None of the Above: Case for a New Party Animal by Mark R. Koski, 1992-07

1. How To Tell If You Are Hyperthyroid
How to Tell If You Are hyperthyroid, from your Thyroid Guide.
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Search Thyroid Disease How to Tell If You Are Hyperthyroid Here's how you can determine if you have an overactive thyroid condition called hyperthyroidism. Difficulty Level: Easy Time Required: 5 minutes Here's How:
  • List your risk factors, including: family history, previous treated/untreated problems (nodules, hyperthyroidism, goiter, hypothyroidism, thyroid cancer), previous thyroid surgery, another autoimmune disease.
  • Note symptoms including: weight loss, anxiety, insomnia, fatigue, hair loss, palpitations, rapid heartbeat, sweating, diarrhea, weakness, eye/vision changes.
  • Note related conditions, including: atrial fibrillation, recurrent pregnancy loss, panic disorder, attention deficit disorder, depression.
  • 2. The Thyroid Home Page - Santa Monica Thyroid Diagnostic Center
    Includes hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, ultrasound, and TSH testing information. Features a blog by Dr Richard Guttler.



    Dr. Richard Guttler was named the first president of the new
    Academy of Clinical Thyroidologists - ACT
    The society of clinical thyroid doctors was founded in Washington DC on 5/20/2005
    Dr.Guttler was one of 3 charter members who have practiced 100% thyroidology, for 30 years
    Dr. Guttler's private tutorial week at the Florida Thyroid Center with Dr. Jack Baskin and Dara Treadwell, learning interventional Ultra Sound for Thyroid and Parathyroid Florida Thyroid Center
    Special Links - Please Visit We subscribe to the HONcode principles. Verify here SUMMIT, Dr. Richard Guttler will be participating in For more information on the summit please click on the following link: Dr. Guttler, thyroid cancer expert, states there is a link now between thyroid and his other main passion, wine. Red Wine contains a substance that fights thyroid cancer
    The skins of red wine grapes contain Resveratrol, in high concentration. It is therefore found in high concentration in red wine, but not white wine. 3 mgs/liter is found in red wine. This can stop cancers cells from growing. Thyroid cancer cell growth was inhibited by the substance Resveratrol, found In red wine. Both papillary and Follicular carcinoma cell lines were inhibited. The Journal of clinical endocrinology 87:1223-1232 2002, by Ai Shih F.B.Davis H.Lin, and Paul Davis.

    3. Hyperthyroidism Signs, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Causes And Treatments
    This introduction features common symptoms, signs, causes, diagnosis, and treatment.

    4. Can You Be Both Hypothyroid And Hyperthyroid?
    Can You Be Both Hypothyroid and hyperthyroid? from Mary Shomon, Thyroid Guide, patient advocate and author of a number of books and guides on thyroid
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    5. HealthBoards - Thyroid Disorders
    Message board and information on disease symptoms and treatments, including hyperthyroid and hypothyroid, plus a wide range of related problems.

    6. Hypothyroidism Symptoms And Treatments Of Hypothyroidism And
    Thorough overview includes symptoms, dangers, diagnosis, and treatment of hypothyroidism. Written by doctors for patients.

    7. Hyperthyroid And Hypothyroid Symptoms - Hypothyroidism (underactive Thyroid) & H
    Healing Options for the treatment of Grave s Disease and alternate therapies. Kate Flax runs a Graves Disease support group in Upper Nyack, New York.
    Monitor Your Symptoms!
    There are many symptoms associated with a hyperthyroid or hypothyroid disease, disorder, or condition. This list is not inclusive and everyone is different with their presentation. Know your own body by keeping a journal of your experiences noting time, day and month. Kate Flax' book Healing Options , presents a patient's point of view: the conditions, the treatments, support, the alternatives.
    Hyperthyroidism - Overactive thyroid condition
    Breathing Difficulties (shortness of breath)
    Dyslexia (difficulty with reading, calculating, thinking)
    Erratic behavior, Excessive mood swings
    Eye problems (blurring; double vision; gritty, achy, dry, irritated red eyes; bulging eyes; light sensitivity; jumpy eyes; watery eyes) Fatigue (all the time, despite sleep sufficiency) Fertility problems Goiter (enlarged thyroid gland) Hair problems ( thinning and loss, textural changes) Hearing disabilities (tinnitus, ear ringing among them) High blood pressure High cholesterol Hypersensitivity to heat (heat intolerance) Increased appetite Increased frequency of stools (without diarrhea) Increased sweating Insomnia or restless sleep Low resistance to infections Menstrual changes (flow, duration)

    8. Thyroid Federation International - Home Page
    This is a worldwide umbrella organization. Members include most thyroid support and education groups. For Thyroid Patients section lists symptoms of hyperthyroid and hypothyroid disorders.
      W elcome to the Thyroid Federation International Home Page. Through this site we plan to keep you informed of the activities of our growing organization and the development of existing and future thyroid member organizations in the world. The Thyroid Federation International first convened in Toronto at the 11th International Thyroid Congress in September 1995. The vision of a world thyroid organization to deal with the problems of thyroid disease in a global perspective was first advocated by Diana Meltzer Abramsky, C.M., B.A. who in 1980 founded the Thyroid Foundation of Canada in Kingston, Ontario Canada - the first lay thyroid organization in the world. Since then, the idea has received enthusiastic support and leadership from Dr. Lawrence C. Wood of the Thyroid Foundation of America, the Federation's first president. Starting from a base of six member organizations, the Federation has grown to include thyroid organizations in many parts of the world, including Europe, North America, Australia and Japan. Our main objective is to assist all those interested to start a thyroid patient organization in their country or locale. For more information see:

    9. Hypothryoidism Hyperthyroidism
    . Hypothyroid, hyperthyroid Symptoms About the Book . Testimonials . Order It Articles Healing Options . Esoteric Healing

    10. Hypothryoidism & Hyperthyroidism
    by definition chronic, and a hyperthyroid condition) and Hashimoto s disease (an autoimmune illness, again chronic and a hypothyroid condition).
    This page is dedicated to all those willing to let wellness become a habit.
    I am a middle-aged woman who after years of misdiagnosis was finally diagnosed in 1990 with Graves' disease (an autoimmune illness, by definition chronic, and a hyperthyroid condition) and Hashimoto's disease (an autoimmune illness, again chronic and a hypothyroid condition). In 1991 I received standard U.S. treatment for Graves' disease, radioactive iodine. I was removed from the danger of thyroid storm, however, to my dismay, this did not make me feel "better" nor was I "cured". Dr. Christiane Northrup says, "There is a difference between healing and curing. Healing is a natural process and is within the power of everyone. Curing, which is what doctors are called upon to do, usually consists of an external treatment and medication or surgery is used to mask or eliminate symptoms. This external treatment doesn't necessarily address the factors that contribute to the symptoms in the first place. Healing goes deeper than curing and must always come from within." I have grown to understand that healing takes time and calls for a look at causes and not just the alleviation of symptoms. I have stopped looking for a quick fix-there is no quick fix for chronic illness. Since diagnosis, living with my illness and running a support group for over a decade, I have become aware that there is a strong need to educate, encourage, and empower all thyroid patients, their families, friends and physicians.

    11. RxMed: Pharmaceutical Information - TAPAZOLE
    Physicians' prescribing information for this antithyroid medication, sometimes prescribed to treat a hyperthyroid disorder. From RXmed. Monographs/CP
    TAPAZOLE® Lilly Methimazole Antithyroid Action And Clinical Pharmacology: Methimazole inhibits the synthesis of thyroid hormones and thus is effective in the treatment of hyperthyroidism. The drug does not inactivate existing thyroxine and triiodothyronine that are stored in colloid or are circulating in the blood, nor does it interfere with the effectiveness of thyroid hormones given by mouth or by injection.
    The actions and use of methimazole are similar to those of propylthiouracil. On a weight basis, the drug is at least 10 times as potent as propylthiouracil, but methimazole may be less consistent in action.
    Methimazole is readily absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract. It is metabolized rapidly and requires frequent administration. Methimazole is excreted in the urine.
    Indications And Clinical Uses: The medical treatment of hyperthyroidism. Long-term therapy may lead to remission of the disease. May be used to ameliorate hyperthyroidism in preparation for subtotal thyroidectomy or radioactive iodine therapy. When thyroidectomy is contraindicated or not advisable.
    Contra-Indications: Hypersensitivity to methimazole.

    12. THE MERCK MANUAL, Sec. 2, Ch. 8, Thyroid Disorders
    4 to T 3 . In some hyperthyroid patients, only T 3 is elevated; The various forms of thyroiditis commonly have a hyperthyroid

    13. Thyroid Regeneration Naturally - Your Thyroid Health Source - For Hyperthyroid,
    all thyroid disorders hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, Hashimoto s, Graves Disease Most thyroid disorders, metabolic disorders, hypothyroid, hyperthyroid,
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    Are you troubled by a thyroid disorder and related thyroid disease symptoms?
    Do you suspect you might have a thyroid disorder and want to determine if you do have a thyroid disorder - and what to do about it? Many people have a thyroid disorder without even knowing about it. They suffer from common thyroid disease symptoms caused by an ongoing thyroid disorder yet they remain unaware of the cause. Every day I provide people with valuable information on the following thyroid disease related health conditions and thyroid disease symptoms... Most thyroid disorders ( hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, Hashimoto's, thyroiditis, Wilson's Syndrome, autoimmune thyroid disorders), chronic fatigue syndrome, acute depression, acute PMS, menopausal symptoms, all thyroid dysfunction's, migraines, fibromyalgia, breast cysts, ovarian cysts, post natal depression, fatigue, anxiety, acne, poor circulation, infertility, low libido, hypoglycemia, low immunity, frequent colds and flu, prostate problems (PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT - BPH), excess weight problems This site gives you a key source of information on the potential causes, symptoms and

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    Our hospital was designed with your cat in mind. Cats Veterinary is a quiet and clean facility where your cat can be treated and cared for in comfort. We pride ourselves on the fact that we have the capabilities to diagnose and treat a wide range of health problems on site. Also, we are the only Veterinary Hospital licensed to perform nuclear medicine in the state of Michigan, and we have five locations providing radioactive iodine treatment for hyperthyroid cats.
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    15. Radiocat
    A veterinary practice dedicated exclusively to the care and treatment of feline hyperthyroidism. Includes locations, and information on disease.

    16. Hyperthyroid Disorders - InSpired Nutritionals
    InSpired Nutritionals Ltd Online Health Information.
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    Thyroid Disorder Info Hyperthyroid Disease Info Home Thyroid Disorders Hormone Health Peoples' Comments F.A.Q. Resources Contact Us ... Where to buy? Information on Hyperthyroid conditions The follow information relates to hyperthyroid conditions - a condition where the thyroid produces an excess of T3 or T4. Hyperthyroid conditions are also often accompanied by some form of autoimmune disorder. To read more about Autoimmune Thyroid disorders please visit the Autoimmune Thyroid Disorder page What I would like to specificly address is the question "Why?". Why does the thyroid become hyperactive and what can be done about it? We have found that the following factors may contribute to hyperthyroid disorders:
  • An excessive intake of iodine from iodized salt or have way too much kelp and/or an inadequacy of zinc and B6 and selenium which are essential for the conversion of T4 to T3. A deficiency of Vitamin C and/or Vitamin E may cause rapid multiplication of thyroid cells with elevated TSH causing excess thyroid hormone output.
  • Possible Solutions:
    Synthetic Vitamin D has been shown to be toxic when over a long period of time and is a recommended solution for Vitamin D deficency. Check minerals, especially zinc/B6, magnesium, copper and manganese. Supplement those that are deficient.

    17. Thyroid Disease Manager, Your Source On Thyroid Disease
    Features a complete analysis of thyrotoxicosis, hypothyroidism, thyroiditis, nodules, cancer, and aspects of physiology.

    18. Hyperthyroid Definition - Thyroid: Health And Medical Information About Thyroid
    Thyroid information about Thyroid Disease, Treatment Therapies and Prevention, Covering topics such as Thyroid Cancer, Hashimoto s, hyperthyroidism and

    19. Thyroid Regeneration Naturally - Your Thyroid Health Source - For
    thyroid disease symptoms and issues like Most thyroid disorders, metabolic disorders, hypothyroid, hyperthyroid, Hashimoto's, thyroiditis

    20. Hyperthyroid
    Causes ..Clinical Signs Diagnosis Treatment. NOTE To appreciate the content of this page, The reader is encouraged to read the thyroid hormone
    Causes Clinical Signs Diagnosis Treatment [NOTE: To appreciate the content of this page, The reader is encouraged to read the thyroid hormone primer before proceeding down this page.... Introduction (Causes) Feline hyperthyroidism is a disease of middle and older age cats resulting from excessive amounts of circulating thyroid hormones (T4 and T3 ). The cause is most often associated with benign but functional adenomatous hyperplasia of one or both lobes of the thyroid gland or of extra-thyroid-gland thyroid tissues. These tissues secrete thyroid hormone autonomously, in the absence of TSH secretion from the pituitary gland ( see primer for explanation ). Rarely (only 1-2%), hyperthyroidism occurs as the result of a malignant, functional thyroid carcinoma.
    Clinical Signs Excessive thyroid hormone results in the stimulation of metabolic process processes in nearly all tissues of the body . There are many potential clinical signs, ( see pictorial montage below too ) but the most common are:
    • Weight loss, decreased muscle mass, emaciation, weakness
    • Increased appetite
    • Tachycardia (rapid heart) and hypertension (high blood pressure)
    • Heart murmur and/or arrhythmias, secondary hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (heart muscle thickening with compromised cardiac performance, possible congestive heart failure)

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