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Posted 13 Feb 2015 by • 5 answers
My thyroid levels have been as high as 156.3 and as low as -.037. Last endocrinologist had me taking 300 mcgs a day, and twice a week I took 600mcgs. Thyroid levels still are not in order. Saw a new endocrinologist today who wants me to come into her office once a week and take my entire ...
Posted 3 Dec 2017 by • 2 answers
However I’m worried about the effectiveness. I was always told to take it on empty stomach and wait an hour to eat. What do I do ? Since taking it with food, I haven’t gotten sick.
Posted 23 May 2014 by • 3 answers
I haven't been to the Dr in a few years (I don't have a regular Dr) I am suspecting Low T levels and would like to get checked. Don't know if I find a GP or an Endocrinologist?? Any help is appreciated.
Posted 5 Mar 2014 by • 3 answers
I went to the endocrinologist and they took a lot of blood thinking I might have either a hormone problem or insulin problems or PCOS. I went on got my other perscription and they also gave me Metformin and my doctor didnt call to tell us what was wrong or why I have to take it or even that he was ...
Posted 27 Dec 2013 by • 2 answers
... most recent medication for over 10 years is cabergoline. My prolactin level is now very low 1.9. I would like to quit taking the medication now. I do not have an Endocrinologist treating me to ask questions about the side effects after taking the drug for so long. Can I just stop or do I need ...
Posted 24 Jan 2013 by • 1 answer
Hi, In my country there's not available testosterone 100mg. We have only Testo-Enant 250 mg (in a 2 ml ampoule). My relative needs to administer half of that dose (100-125 mg testosterone every week). Can you get only 1 ml from the 2 ml ampoule of Testo-Enant that has 250 mg testosterone ...
Posted 4 Nov 2013 by • 2 answers
I started taking levothyroxine about a month ago and I stared my monthly cycle about 2 weeks early it was really light and I am still bleeding. It has been about 19 days now. Should I call my endocrinologist or make an Appt with my gyno? Or is this normal?
Posted 23 Jan 2015 by • 1 answer
... The staph infection was a result of the pacemaker surgery, so the pacemaker was removed, 6 weeks of home IV antibiotics, and a few weeks later another pacemaker was put in. Since then, he has had pain in the chest and left arm, fatigue, weakness, high blood pressure and very fast heart rates. ...
For a girl dealing with body hair, possibly hirsutism, would an endocrinologist be the right doctor?
Posted 28 Apr 2015 by • 3 answers
Due to insurance issues, i can not visit a lot of doctors. I would like to have my body hair looked at and see if any prescriptions or birth control could help. Would an endocrinologist be my best bet?
Posted 9 Sep 2015 by • 1 answer
I have a severe hair loss and my dermatologist and endocrinologist both recommend Apri.. I no where read that it helps decreasing hair loss or helps in hair regrowth :( Please suggest if any of you have experienced same .
Levothyroxine - I want to know how to deal with my reaction to Synthroid following my thyroidectomy?
Posted 28 Aug 2017 by • 1 answer
My T3 and T4 levels are mid range but my TSH level has rocketed to 50. My endocrinologist has recommended upping my dosage to 75, but this is making me feel very unwell - dizzy, bad headache, tingling in my fingers, heart pain. I would like to go back to 50 mcg or preferably even lower, but ...
Posted 30 Jul 2015 by • 1 answer
My daughter is 8-1/2 yrs old. She just started developing breast buds. Bone density test showed a bone age of 11. Other advanced tests done by the pediatric endocrinologist showed onset of puberty. Pediatric endocrinologist said if nothing was done she would be about 5ft 2inches tall and if Lupron ...
Posted 14 Jan 2017 by • 1 answer
An endocrinologist has been following me for improving pituitary disease. The doctor noticed that my TSH has gone up a little. Levels were TSH 4.150, Free T4 1.23, Free T3 2.6. She prescribed 25 mcg levothyroxine. Within minutes of taking the very first pill first thing in the morning I got a rush ...