Slight uptick in PSA after 11 months of zytiga and lupron.
Costarica1961 in Advanced Prostate Cancer2 months ago
I was diagnosed on 2016 4+3 august a rad pros. Two months later 37 sessions of radiation the highest the PSA has went is 1.6 no mets visab...
FDA adds Boxed Warning for increased risk of death with gout medicine Uloric (febuxostat)
Dmactds in British Lung Foundation3 months ago
\"...The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has concluded there is an increased risk of death with Uloric...
CLL, Bladder Cancer and BCG coming up for me
Jvanfire in CLL Support Association4 months ago
I've been on Ibrutinib for about 1 year, diagnosed in 2009, first round of chemo in 2012 at Duke Med on a clinical trial stopped because of ...
First appointment with endo - your tips?
Molliemoo1 in Thyroid UK3 years agoPOPULAR
- I've suffered 2 miscarriages since November 2015, both at 6+5 weeks.
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Sleek78 in My MSAA Community3 years agoPOPULAR
I saw on Facebook that there taking volunteers to do stem cell research on people that have MS.
Have any of you had this done or think this ...
Thyroid hormones and browning of adipose tissue
helvella in Thyroid UK2 years ago
Brown Adipose Tissue (BAT) is a very interesting substance in humans. It is well-known in animals, and babies, where it acheives non-shiveri...
Started NDT but body temp decreasing?
seamail57 in Thyroid UK3 years ago
I've been on NDT for nearly three weeks now and starting to feel a difference. I'm sleeping really well and my mood has definitely lifted (h...
wobelyjohn in Ataxia UK3 years ago
Hi does anyone have any experience with anti?depressants so far all the ones I have been prescribed have had bad side affects I am currently...
Lithium as an Alternative Option in Graves Thyrotoxicosis
helvella in Thyroid UK4 years ago
I suspect quite a few people have questioned whether lithium could be used in Graves treatment. The answer, in this paper, appears to be yes...
Help me find someone who will help??
Abzieg in Thyroid UK4 years ago
Hi all! Please does anyone know any doctors Privelty who would consider treating hypothyroid with reference range just inside? My t4 is 13 r...
Vitamin B12 Deficiency common in Primary Hypothyroidism
Polaris in Pernicious Anaemia Society4 years ago
Looking for something else, I came across this research.
\"There is a high (approx 40%) prevalence of B12 deficien...
Hidden in Asthma UK community forum11 years ago
hello everybody hope everyone is feeling well today, i have been having a rough time lately and on Thursday went back to docs cos my chest w...
Queencara78 in LUPUS UK4 years ago
I went to see an eye specialist for what I believed was for a cyst on my eye, really wasn't prepared for being told that I have to ha...
Demoralised and depressed
Messyrooms in Thyroid UK4 years ago
Time for an update, spoke to my GP this morning, as we feared the labs would not do my blood work as they said my TSH of 3.9 was within norm...
Is Green Tea good for the blood?
sun_flower in CLL Support Association4 years ago
Silly question maybe,I have heard that green tea might be good for the blood? anyone else heard of this?
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sharon_hearn in Thyroid UK4 years ago
Hi ive been having symptoms of thyroid problems for about two/three years now doctors just keep implying menopause. Are the symptoms the sam...
Levo. advise please.
siskin in Thyroid UK4 years ago
Was on 50 mcg for 8 weeks then added 25 mcg for a further 5 weeks.
I see doc. to-morrow and was wondering if I should ask to go up to a total...
Idelalisib gains SMC approval for NHS Scotland use + early access
HAIRBEAR_UK in CLL Support Association4 years ago
Some good news
Idelalisib (Zydelig) has been accepted for restricted use by NHS Scotland. you can read the full guidance PDF from the...
foxglove in Thyroid UK4 years ago
Is anyone using (or has used) Thro- Gold, ? If so how long did it take to \"kick in\"? Also is it known if any active hormones (-e.g.. T4, ...
ED and nerve repair
dwitt in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
I suffer ED, mainly due to Type 2 Diabetes , but the damage is in the nerves. Is anyone working on nerve repair? For that matter are any d...
Shine On Conference 2014!
SRUKadmin in Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK (SRUK)5 years ago
This year our annual Conference is being held in Chester on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th September at the Mercure ‘Abbots Well’ Hotel. This ...
Curcumin and CoQ10
Hidden in PSP Association5 years ago
My husband has PSP and is taking the drugs sinemet CR, Apo-levocarb, gabapentin, tyrazodone and magnesium glycinate. Is it safe to take curc...
What is the normal range for T4 please?
1973GB in Thyroid UK5 years ago
Hi. My levothroxine has been increased from 75mcg to 100mcg. Latest lab results are as follows:
TSH 2.88 (Range 0.34 - 5.6)
T4 12.7 (No range...
Is ibrutinib enough?
kelcorn92 in CLL Support Association3 years ago
Hi all, new to posting, so hope to be concise as possible. Currently on ibrutinib now for 14 months with a wonderful response other than the...
So many symptoms; so little info
minecreek in PMRGCAuk3 years ago
I've been dealing with pmr/gca since March '16. I stayed on 60 then 50 mg prednisone for about six weeks and am down to 20 now. My feet ar...
Hurtalot in NRAS2 years ago
I might have to start the shots for rheumatoid arthritis . which one would be the best to help
¿Autohemoterapia - Autohemotherapy for Parkinson?
Hidden in Parkinson's Movement4 years ago
A friend of mine from Brazil just spoke to me about autohemotherapy. First time I heard about it. ¿Does anyone know anything about it...
Fish and nodules
Alley27 in Thyroid UK6 years ago
Hi I have been diagnosed for hashimotos disease 01/12, and I have multi nodules on my thyroid gland....is it common for fish and seafood the...
Feeling rubbish after my second chemo and lying in bed with my i pad. I found this quite interesting. Just wish I could drag myself up. Xxx
dawnieg in My Ovacome6 years ago
How is it possible to be Hypothyroid when bloods within range?
Justy in Thyroid UK6 years ago
I understand arguments about reference ranges (i think) and also that before bloods people werew treated on symptoms alone, but i feel confu...
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