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    vchavira posted:
    So my blood work says that my tsh level is 0.01 and my free t4 is 0.21. The Dr. told me my thyroid was low and I need a specialist. I haven't made an apointment. Im always run down and get angry or upset really quickly. I get a migraine when i take my dose of Cyclosporine 100 mcg. I didnt take it today. No headache. Anybody else have any idea what these numbers mean? I'd like to get some info. Im just one of those people that live with things, and dont worry about it, like eventually it will go away...help.
     
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    DOGDANCING_TCOS responded:
    It indicated you are hyperthyroid. (too much thyroid)

    You: Im always run down and get angry or upset really quickly.


    Common side effect of hyperthyroidism


    You: Im just one of those people that live with things


    hyperthyroidism can kill you, by creating heart issues.


    You: and dont worry about it, like eventually it will go away...


    not likely.


    You: and I need a specialist. I haven't made an apointment.


    Please make one, it can take a few weeks to even get into an endocrinologist.


    Did your doc put you on any anti-thyroid meds?





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