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Thyroid from 2001

  1. I had elevated thyroid antibodies, and my doctor informed me this doesn't need treatment but needing watching. Should I be concerned? (26 Nov 2001)
  2. Is it common for children with diabetes to also develop hypothyroidism? (29 Oct 2001)
  3. My last thyroid level was still low, but once my thyroid stabilizes, will I need to raise my basal rates? (2 Sep 2001)
  4. Recently I noticed that my heart rate at rest rarely goes below 90 (it used to be between 60 and 70). What is this? (28 Aug 2001)
  5. I am having problems with cold hands and feet. Could this have anything to do with my diabetes? (20 Aug 2001)
  6. My son has type 1 diabetes, and recent lab results revealed a slightly low thyroid level. What does this test result indicate? What are the potential implications? (20 Aug 2001)
  7. My niece's doctors are baffled and don't seem to feel the swelling and weight gain are much of an issue at all. (14 Jul 2001)
  8. I was diagnosed with diabetes about four months ago and recently had high thyroid antibodies. What does this mean? Should I be concerned? (10 Jul 2001)
  9. My 10 year old daughter (type 1 diabetes for three years) has had puzzling thyroid blood tests. Should her tests be repeated regularly? (7 Jul 2001)
  10. Can my wife's medications cause hair loss? (28 Jun 2001)
  11. Can the thyroid gland be enlarged due to the infection? (30 May 2001)
  12. Since my son has been put on the thyroid medication, he has been going low every night between midnight and 3:00 am. (26 May 2001)
  13. My 17 year old daughter has recently noticed that her hair has become dry and unhealthy. (18 Apr 2001)
  14. Does my 12 year old daughter now have diabetes? Did the obesity cause the thyroid problem? (11 Jan 2001)

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