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         Hypothyroid:     more books (41)
  1. The Hypothyroid Sourcebook (Sourcebooks) by M. Sara Rosenthal, 2002-03-19
  2. The Rants and Raves of a Hypothyroid Patient by James Lowrance, 2010-10-15
  3. HealthScouter Hypothyroidism: Symptoms of Hypothyroidism and Hypothyroid Treatment
  4. Recent Progress in Diagnosis and Treatment of Hypothyroid Conditions: Theme 1: International Congress Proceedings (International congress series)
  5. The Rants and Raves of a Hypothyroid Patient: Wishes, Concerns and Lessons-Learned (Volume 1) by James M. Lowrance, 2010-10-21
  6. Hypothyroid: Webster's Timeline History, 1951 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  7. Eighty-Seven Thyroid Disease Questions Answered!: Self-Educate through Hypothyroid and Hyperthyroid Q & A! (Volume 1) by James M. Lowrance, 2010-08-25
  8. Congenital hypothyroid syndrome: An entry from Thomson Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Genetic Disorders, 2nd ed.</i> by Kevin, MD Hwang, 2005
  9. Thyroid test every 18 months okay in hypothyroid patients.(Clinical Rounds): An article from: Family Practice News by Miriam E. Tucker, 2004-11-15
  10. Titrating up may not be needed for hypothyroid.(Metabolic Disorders)(levothyroxine dosage): An article from: Family Practice News by Bruce Dixon, 2005-09-15
  11. Less frequent hypothyroid screening deemed OK.(Endocrinology): An article from: Internal Medicine News by Miriam E. Tucker, 2005-02-15
  12. Monthly check urged for hypothyroid infants.(METABOLIC DISORDERS): An article from: Family Practice News by Miriam E. Tucker, 2010-01-01
  13. Monitoring hypothyroid infants monthly advised.(NEWS): An article from: Pediatric News by Miriam E. Tucker, 2010-01-01
  14. [T.sub.3] Plus [T.sub.4] 'Unproven' for Hypothyroid Patients.: An article from: Family Practice News by Sherry Boschert, 1999-05-01

1. Hypothyroidism: Symptoms And Treatments Of Hypothyroidism And Hypothyroid Diseas
Hypothyroidism, hypothyroidism, hypothyroid Part 1 Introduction, Causes, andSymptoms of hypothyroidism Updated January 30, 2005
Part 1: Introduction, Causes, and Symptoms of Hypothyroidism
Updated January 30, 2005
Hypothyroidism is a condition in which the body lacks sufficient thyroid hormone.
Since the main purpose of thyroid hormone is to "run the body's metabolism", it is understandable that people with this condition will have symptoms associated with a slow metabolism. Over five million Americans have this common medical condition. In fact, as many as ten percent of women may have some degree of thyroid hormone deficiency. Hypothyroidism is more common than you would believe...and, millions of people are currently hypothyroid and don't know it! [For an overview of how thyroid hormone is produced and how its production is regulated check out our thyroid hormone production page.]
There are two fairly common causes of hypothyroidism. The first is a result of previous (or currently ongoing) inflammation of the thyroid gland which leaves a large percentage of the cells of the thyroid damaged (or dead) and incapable of producing sufficient hormone. The most common cause of thyroid gland failure is called autoimmune thyroiditis (also called Hashimoto's thyroiditis ), a form of thyroid inflammation caused by the patient's own immune system.

2. Hypothyroidism (Myxedema) - David L. Hoffmann B.Sc. (Hons), M.N.I.M.H. - HealthW
HealthWorld Online provides signs, symptoms, and discusses alternative therapies for low thyroid function.
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3. Hypothyroidism Symptoms And Treatments Of Hypothyroidism And
hypothyroidism is more common than you would believe and, millions of people are currently hypothyroid and don't know it!

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5. Thyroid Disease Hypothyroidism - Hyperthyroidism Autoimmune
dysfunction, grouping patients as subclinically hyperthyroid (TSH lower than 0.1 mU/L), subclinically hypothyroid with (TSH higher than 4.5 mU

6. Hypothyroidism / Underactive Thyroid / Hashimotos Disease
If you are hypothyroid whether due to surgery, radioactive iodine treatment,or Hashimoto s disease My TSH Is Normal But I Think I m hypothyroid
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Hypothyroidism / Underactive Thyroid / Hashimoto's Disease
When your thyroid is unable to produce some or all needed thyroid hormone, your thyroid has been surgically removed or treated with radioactive iodine, and you now take thyroid hormone replacement (like levothyroxine), you are considered hypothyroid. Thyroid patient advocate Mary Shomon helps you learn about hypothyroidism, plus the autoimmune Hashimoto's disease that often causes hypothyroidism.
Recent Do You Need Preventative Thyroid Treatment? Treating Antibodies When TSH is Normal Do you need preventative thyroid treatment? If you have thyroid auto-antibodies, but normal TSH, the research evidence is mounting to support the fact that autoimmune disease may be slowed down, and hypothyroidism prevented, with treatment. Treating Hashimoto's When the TSH is Normal: New Research Says It Can Help New research says that treatment can help Hashimoto's patients, even when TSH levels are normal.

7. 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.

8. Thyroid Disease Information Source Bestselling Books, News
Answers to your most common questions about your thyroid and weight loss are online now. Are You hypothyroid? Hyperthyroid?

9. How To Tell If You Are Hypothyroid
How to Tell If You Are hypothyroid, from your Thyroid Guide.
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Search Thyroid Disease How to Tell If You Are Hypothyroid Here's how you can determine if you have an underactive thyroid condition called hypothyroidism. 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, childbirth.
  • Note symptoms including: weight gain, depression, forgetfulness, fatigue, hoarseness, high cholesterol, constipation, feeling cold, hair loss, dry skin, low sex drive, tingling hands/feet, irregular periods, infertility.
  • Note related conditions, including: recurrent pregnancy loss, resistant high cholesterol, difficult menopause, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, mitral valve prolapse.
  • Meet with your doctor for a thyroid examination and blood test.
  • 10. JAMA -- Abstract: Fetal Loss Associated With Excess Thyroid Hormone Exposure, Au
    The standard practice of increasing thyroid hormone replacement doses in hypothyroid pregnant women leads to higher miscarriage and lower birth weights.
    Select Journal or Resource JAMA Archives of Dermatology Facial Plastic Surgery Family Medicine (1992-2000) General Psychiatry Internal Medicine Neurology Ophthalmology Surgery Student JAMA (1998-2004) JAMA CareerNet For The Media Meetings Peer Review Congress
    Vol. 292 No. 6, August 11, 2004 Featured Link E-mail Alerts Original Contribution Article Options Full text PDF Send to a Friend Related articles in this issue ... Similar articles in this journal Literature Track Add to File Drawer Download to Citation Manager PubMed citation Articles in PubMed by Anselmo J Refetoff S Articles that cite this article ISI Web of Science (7) ... Contact me when this article is cited Topic Collections Thyroid/ Parathyroid Diseases Pregnancy and Breast Feeding Topic Collection Alerts
    Fetal Loss Associated With Excess Thyroid Hormone Exposure Dingcai Cao, PhD Theodore Karrison, PhD Roy E. Weiss, MD, PhD Samuel Refetoff, MD
    JAMA. Maternal hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism have deleterious effects on the outcome of pregnancy. While the effects of thyroid hormone (TH) deprivation on the fetus, independently

    11. Wilson's Temperature Syndrome Hypothyroidism Hypothyroid
    The endocrinologist diagnosed me as being hypothyroid and prescribed Synthroid.

    12. EMedicine - Hypothyroid Myopathy : Article By Divakara Kedlaya, MBBS
    hypothyroid Myopathy Deficiency of thyroid hormone leads to a state calledhypothyroidism. Common causes of hypothyroidism include the followingTreatment
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    Last Updated: August 26, 2005 Rate this Article Email to a Colleague Synonyms and related keywords: polymyositis-like syndrome, polymyositislike syndrome, Hoffmann's syndrome, Hoffmann syndrome, Kocher-Debre-Semelaigne syndrome AUTHOR INFORMATION Section 1 of 10 Author Information Introduction Clinical Differentials ... Bibliography
    Author: Divakara Kedlaya, MBBS , Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Loma Linda University Medical Center Coauthor(s): Divakara Kedlaya, MBBS , Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Loma Linda University Medical Center Diana M Echeverry, MD, MPH , Assistant Professor, Department of Endocrinology, Charles R Drew University of Medicine and Science Divakara Kedlaya, MBBS, is a member of the following medical societies: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine American Medical Association American Pain Society ... Association of Academic Physiatrists , and International Spinal Injection Society Editor(s): Elizabeth A Moberg-Wolff, MD

    13. HealthBoards - Thyroid Disorders
    Message board and information on disease symptoms and treatments, including hyperthyroid and hypothyroid, plus a wide range of related problems.

    14. Thyroid Disorders
    Primary hypothyroid

    15. Wilson's Temperature Syndrome -- Hypothyroidism -- Hypothyroid -- Thyroid Diseas
    Wilson s Temperature Syndrome site about a reversible thyroid problem that canexplain persistent symptoms of hypothyroidism like chronic fatigue and
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    16. 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:

    17. Hypothryoidism Hyperthyroidism
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    18. Wilson's Temperature Syndrome -- Hypothyroidism -- Hypothyroid -- Thyroid Diseas
    Because of classic hypothyroid symptoms, I had had numerous thyroid tests performed,all of which had been normal. When indeed it was a crucial key in my
    "And It Works." Over the last 8 years, since the first person came to me asking for assistance in working through this protocol, I have been repeatedly impressed that this therapy worked where multiple other attempts, from anti-depressants to standard thyroid replacement therapy, have not. The strongest rationale for doing this can be found in these points:
  • It is simple. This is not a complex process. It takes a little time to educate the patient in the process of tapering up, identifying the plateau dose, self-monitoring, and then tapering back off. The rest is logical and intuitive. It is safe. We are using a hormone identical to active human T . The dosages are well within a safe range and can be monitored easily. It is inexpensive. A full course of treatment, a single 6 - 7 week cycle, costs only about $100. This is far below the cost of therapy for most other chronic conditions. If it doesn't work, little is lost
  • 19. Backwash - Content - Light And Love, And Nonfat Lattes
    hypothyroid, hyperactive cultural creative mom searching for perfect bliss through vegetarianism, quality beans, and respect for the nonlocal mind.

    20., Hypothyroidism, Thyroid Hormone
    Hunger to Death Breathing Problems of hypothyroid Patients Dr. Lowe 10/20/04. . Do hypothyroid Patients Need to Use T3 Therapy? Dr. Lowe

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