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while having a ecg yesterday the ecg showed i have a Right Ventricular Hypertrophy. I spoke to my copd team, who informed me it is a heart c...
BagEnd in Ramsays Disease4 years ago
National Institute for health and Care Excellence developing a series of national clinical guidelines to secure consistent, high quality, ev...
Hi everyone, Im just so confused, and worried, your advice would be so appreciated..underactive thyroid??
carlie62 in Thyroid UK5 years ago
After seeing 4 (useless GP's) who put my symptons all down to depression and stress, I paid privately to see an Endo..blood tests TSH 2.60 (...
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Unlockes in My Ovacomea year ago
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DaleFL in CLL Support Association2 years ago
I have a question that I am going to ask my CLL doctor when I see him, but I am wondering if anyone can answer. I am IGVH unmutated, which ...
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rustydog in Thyroid UKa year ago
Hello all, I’ve just joined this forum to see if anyone can relate.
I have wondered for some time if I have thyroid issues but unfortunately,...
Advice on latest blood results please
SunsetLady in Thyroid UK9 months ago
I've just got my latest results and would like advise, am I now needing to look for T3 medication to add to my levo? -
Professor Graham Hughes Blog: February 2018
lupus-support1 in LUpus Patients Understanding and Supporta year ago
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bellsjet in Thyroid UKa year ago
I went to see a rheumatologist last week and straight away after few checks on reflexes and looking at me seeing my eyebrows are half gone h...
Is Thyroid ‘disease’ an Epidemic? (previously asked in 2010)
Spareribs in Thyroid UK4 years ago
The Daily Mail said one in five (20%)
The British Thyroid foundation say one in twenty (5%)
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Alison2306 in PBC Foundationa year ago
PBC diagnosed aug 2013. At age 30
Started Ocaliva 9/4/18
Hoping this new medication along with the urso helps slow things down for me. My fa...
Mindbop in Thyroid UK8 months ago
After a few years of getting my TSH checked and it slowly creeping up, I decided to pay for the private blood test. I’ve been having symptom...
Dipper86 in Thyroid UK4 months ago
I previously posted about my symptoms and having autoimmune thyroid disease.
My doc has tested my TSH which are in normal range.
Are there oth...
Blood test results- any advice please?
helipops in Thyroid UK5 months ago
I’ve been told I have thyroiditis and blood tests show thyroid antibodies of 422ku/l (0-34)
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High-dose-rate brachytherapy monotherapy v. low-dose-rate brachytherapy with/out external beam radiotherapy for clinically localized PCa
pjoshea13 in Advanced Prostate Cancer5 months ago
New Japanese study below.
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How we increase Combo and NDT medications
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Genuine question to help me understand what I'm doing.
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Saw my Hemo/Onco today and she postponed my first BR for a week and prescribed antibiotic to deal with ear infection. Good plan...
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Atky in British Heart Foundation8 months ago
Hi I had a heart attack nearly a year ago, four stents fitted and was advised to take Ticagrelor for a year and then stop. Spoke with others...
Sub clinical hypothyroid but no treatment available on NHS
hankpym in Thyroid UK9 months ago
Hi everybody, seeking some advice. I have had 4 thyroid tests over the last year. All have me with TSH over 5 with the last at 6.1. Only 3...
Query about Warfarin version Rivaroxaban
bernieembleton in Sticky Blood-Hughes Syndrome Support4 years ago
I have heard from a good source that it's the intention to move patients who take warfarin onto Rivaroxaban . I query this is suitable for p...
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I'm wondering if anyone can help me understand what the maintenance treatment options are for women without the brca gene for ...
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Endo told me 2 doctors have been struck off for prescribing thyroxine. GMC say not true.
NBob in Thyroid UK6 years ago
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Hey all you brainiacs out there, I heard about this today and my ears were agog. However, I don't have the brain cells to discern whether w...
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Hi everyone, i have been wondering, as I know with hypothyroidism you get aches and pains, do they ever go away???? Mine go away ontermittnt...
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