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    blsdnsvdd posted:
    I attempted to reply to your post but was not able to. I suggest that you go to this web site which provides a symptom check list that may help you out. Also, a endocrinologist specializes in thyroid issues and should be the person to diagnose your condition. If you have not been feeling well and your TSH level is out of range, you more than likely have sort of problem with your thyroid. Do know that most docs use TSH as a rule of thumb although there are other tests that will indicate how the patient feels. Hope this helps
    thyroid.about.com/cs/basics_starthere/a/hyperchecklist.htm


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