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Thyroid from 1998

  1. Can the thyroid gland affect bloodsugars and if so how? (13 Dec 1998)
  2. My 10 year old son was just diagnosed with type 1 diabetes; two days later, we also learned he has hypothyroidism. (14 Nov 1998)
  3. Is a dramatic weight loss 25-30 pounds a common diabetic symptom? (26 Oct 1998)
  4. My 11 year old son was diagnosed about six months ago. The doctor she said he has Autoimmune Thyroid Disease. (12 Oct 1998)
  5. My sugars have been like a roller coaster lately. I have had a cold now for a week and I have not been able to shake it. (14 Sep 1998)
  6. Our daughter was diagnosed seven months ago. Three months later she was diagnosed with an elevated TSH. (7 Sep 1998)
  7. Are there any ways to remove a goiter besides surgery for a diabetic with complications? (24 Aug 1998)
  8. My 4 year old daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 at age 2. She was recently diagnosed with autoimmune thyroid failure. (11 Jun 1998)
  9. My daughter has Type 1. She now has antibodies which relate to thyroid. Is this common? (24 May 1998)
  10. My son is 12 years old. We just recently were told he needs to be on thyroid pills. Is this common? (12 May 1998)
  11. My 9 year old niece was diagnosed with today. Could a thyroid problem cause her sugar level to climb? (24 Mar 1998)
  12. Does hypothyroidism increase the need for insulin? (28 Feb 1998)
  13. I was wondering how Type I diabetics handle diabetes when the thyroid is out of control. (20 Feb 1998)
  14. Is hyperthyroidism common with Type I diabetes? (22 Jan 98)

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