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    bruin27 is offline Associate Member
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    Hypothyroidsim at 27?

    My current stats, 5'10, 27 years old, 220 pounds.

    So I've been out of health insurance for about 2 years and havent had any blood work or testing done since then. The last few months I've noticed an increase in fatigue, hardly any sex drive, body aches, havent been able to lose weight no matter what I do. I thought my test was low so I went to get everything tested.

    So I finally get blood work done last week and the doc calls me to have me go back and get my thyroid levels tested again. My TSH test came back at a 5.28! I dont have the complete bloodwork numbers, they are being mailed to me. Will post when I get them. The doc hasnt gotten the test results back yet.

    The only thing I can think of is I did a short cycle of t3 with clen about 1 1/2 years ago. Stuck to low dosages and didnt finish the cycle as the sides sucked. Could this have caused the hypothyroidism? Is there anything I can do to naturally bring my numbers back to normal or am I going to have to be on meds forever?

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    bruin27 is offline Associate Member
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    bump anyone?

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    Well hypothyroidism basically causes hypogonadism. TSH spiked that high can actually damage the thyroid, cause goiters, etc. Were you doing HGH during this time also with the T3? Be good to post up the entire BW you recently had with ranges so we can take a look. Include T3 & T4. For supplements add Iodine, Selenium. Cease any iron supplements.

    You really need to investigate this further with your doc as high TSH can indicate Hashimoto's (sp?) Disease or auto-immune thyroiditis. Hopefully all is correctable and it's nothing serious. Stay on this, don't wait. Keep us posted. Others will chime in. Thyroid issues can be confusing.

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    Hopefully he runs a thyroid antibodies blood work to see if you have hashimoto's. I have it and I'm 31. Same symptoms but also started trt. If you find a good doctor you can try and pin point more of the cause and aggravations if it is hashimotos cause food allergies etc can make it worse.

    I have no idea if your cycle could have messed it up. I was on synthroid for a month and a half and my tsh went up while on it, i got off and my tsh went back to where it was before ever did the synthroid.

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    i will post all bw as soon as i get it.. i wasnt on hgh while on t3. come to find out i have auto immune diseases that run in my family but only with the women...

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    would this product work for a supplement? NOW: Thyroid Energy ?

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