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May 29th 2020 02:32 PM
Mirabye
Re: Testosterone and thyriods

I would recommend you be careful with testosterone. It is very easy to disrupt the balance of hormones in the body and very difficult to fix it.
January 2nd 2019 07:05 PM
Doglover2
Re: Testosterone and thyriods

My results came back. The only things that weren't normal (including nutritional stuff) was my testosterone and my cholesterol. My next step is an ultrasound since my periods have been absent. I'm being checked for PCOS
January 2nd 2019 04:42 PM
Matter
Re: Testosterone and thyriods

We're in a similar situation - one of my parents has the Hashimoto disease. I'm in the middle of the procedure of being diagnosed as I have some symptoms of thyroid malfunctioning, probably a bit different than yours, though. What I've heard is that lots of people that have a thyroid disease actually get right results in blood tests (they've got right levels of some hormones because the body does everything to keep them so even if thyroid malfunctions). That's why you should have an ultrasound scan done, too - seems it works better to find out if anything's wrong.
Hope your results turn out well. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Have a good day,
Sue
January 2nd 2019 12:30 AM
Hailey12
Re: Testosterone and thyriods

Hello! Waiting for test results can be really scary, so I hope you've gotten your results back and that all is well.
January 1st 2019 08:15 PM
FireKO
Re: Testosterone and thyriods

Don't forget to share your experience here!
December 17th 2018 02:02 AM
.:Bibliophile:.
Re: Testosterone and thyriods

Hey there,


I am not sure what all those things mean but I hope you are able to get the results soon. I know my brother and mom have thyroid problems and they are both required to take medication. They can have complications (not sure what) when they don't take the medication but when they stay up to date on the medication they seem fine.


I am wishing you the best and I hope you will keep us updated and be able to figure out what's going on.
December 16th 2018 10:33 PM
Doglover2
Testosterone and thyriods

I recently went to the labs to get tested for this stuff, and blood count and something about FSH. Mainly because I do have family history on Thyriods and my period is very irregular. Not sure exactly what all this stuff means. My results haven't come in yet but ill keep the thread updated.

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