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TSH level diagnosed with 8.9 but normal T4

I am a 25 year old male.from past 2 weeks i was suffering from certain symptoms related to thyroid condition(like dizzyness,shaking of hands and palms,had heart beat fluctuations,blood pressure got high 150/100 but cam down to 90/130 by itself without any medication in 3 days,insomnia,depression),so my physician suggested a blood test...my first test was 11.63 TSH and normal T4....but my doctor waas not satisfied with the result and i under went another test the next day and surprisingly my TSH was reduce to 8.9(not to mention i haven't consumed any medication till then)...then he referred me to a endocrinologist and he said he too is not satisfied with the result and said that my TSH is high,although thats not the problem related to my symptoms...he didnt gave me any medication for my TSH level instead asked me to undergo another test but this time a urine test...I am not a drug addict,although consumed alcohol in weekends....
now one of my friends has suggested me to start taking aloe vera juice for better health...i am taking it and feeling kinda ok.but then i found on net that consumption of aloe vera juice for thyroid patient is not good...m pretty frustrated as doctors are not providing me with satisfactory results neither m able to reach any conclusion....what should i do?
by John Cameron
on 12 Feb, 2015
Avoid bread using a bromide dough conditioner, they tend to damage thyroid function. Consider thyroid support supplements, which should include vitamin D3, selenium, copper, zinc, manganese, iodine,vitamin C, bioflavinoids. There are specific thyroid supplements aimed at thyroid support. we sell them. Check cortisol levels and consider cortisol balancing supplement if very abnormal.
by Karen Winter
on 10 May, 2012
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The standard Medical Tests that your GP or Doctor does DO NOT show what is really going on with your Thyroid Gland.  

 80% of Women and 20% of Men are Hypothyroid, that is have low Thyroid Function and this is not detected by the tests your doctor does, nor does your doctor actuall know how to diagnose this, which is utter pathetic.

 Note that Alcohol, all grains, sugar and coffee will severely impair your Thryoid Function, as will the Candida yeast infection which you will immediately need to address (see a Kinergetics Kinesioloigist for this at:  http://www.kinergetics.com.au ). 

You will actually need to request "alternative" tests to be done, which will NOT be covered generally by any Health Care scheme.

In fact, the best way to test if your Thyroid is out of balance, is to take your temperature every morning before you get out of bed.  If it is a degree or two lower than average, then you have something going on.

Here are the "alternative" tests to request: 

  • Thyroid Profile Blood Spot (Health Scope Pathologies in Australia)
  • Reverse T3 Blood Test (Health Scope Pathologies)
  • Cortisol Saliva Tests (Adrenals) (Health Scope Pathologies in Austalia)
  • Testosterone Saliva Test (Hormones) (Health Scope Pathologies in Australia)
Yours sincerely,
Karen Winter Dip.HSc.Kin.(Kinesiology)
Orgonium Orgone Energy HealingP O Box 250
Rushworth VIC 3612
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by Jose Penrose
on 26 Apr, 2012 View Therapist Qualifications
This is a difficult condition to diagnose and regulate with medication.  However, it can be very dangerous if left untreated.  I think you need to be patient and stick with the doctors tests for the moment until you have a correct .  Whether aloe vera helps, I do not know.

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