hoshimoto’s thyroiditis

 
Is Fibromyalgia An Autoimmune Or A Nerve Disease?

Gluten Intake May Trigger Low Thyroid Function That Can Lead to Fibromyalgia

I find that 40-50% of my fibromyalga and CFS patients are suffering with low thyroid function. Many of these patients are plagued with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Gluten sensitivity has been implicated in contributing to Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism. Several studies now show the link between gluten sensitivity and Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism. Gluten sensitivity (alsoRead More

thyroid gland, fibro and low thyroid article by Dr. Rodger Murphree

Fibromyalgia and Low Thyroid

Join Us For a FREE Fibromyalgia Teleconference Every Tuesday Night! 4pm PST, 5pm MST, 6pm CST, 7pm CST Call: 218-844-1930 Access code: 986495 Tune in tomorrow night for the Special Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia Teleconference: “Fibromyalgia & Low Thyroid” When we look at low thyroid function, it really mirrors all those symptoms we seeRead More

She Told Everyone I Got Her Pregnant

Well let me tell you, it was without a doubt, one of the most embarrassing moments of my life. But, it’s not what you think. But it is what everyone who heard Jan, thought. My wife and I were at church talking with our minister and a group of friends,Read More

Fibromyalgia-Falling Through The Cracks With Low Thyroid

Seventy percent of my fibro patients suffer with an undiagnosed or mismanaged thyroid condition. The symptoms of fibromyalgia, fatigue, low moods, anxiety, brain fog, hair loss, tingling in the hands in feet, and cold hands and feet, are similar to those of low thyroid. Did You Miss My Recent TuesdayRead More

Blood Tests for Thyroid are Inaccurate

Blood tests for thyroid function measure the amount of TSH, T4, and T3 in the bloodstream. But thyroid hormones don’t operate within the bloodstream; the action takes place in the cells themselves. Blood tests are measuring how much thyroid hormone is  swimming around in the blood stream, but not what is inRead More

Fibromyalgia and Low Thyroid Disorder

It is not unusual for patients to tell me that despite having all the symptoms associated with low thyroid, they have been tested over and over again for hypothyroidism but their tests are normal and their doctor tells them they are fine. Well doctors and you should realize that youRead More

Most Common Thyroid Disease: Especially For Women With Fibromyalgia

A majority of my fibro and CFS patient’s complain of low thyroid symptoms. They relate that they, and sometimes even their doctors, suspected a thyroid problem only to have their blood work come back “normal”. Most physician’s won’t recommend thyroid replacement therapy if the blood tests come back “normal”. MostRead More

Gluten, Low Thyroid and Fibromyalgia

Gluten Intake May Trigger Low Thyroid Function and Lead to Fibromyalgia I find that 40-50% of my fibromyalga and CFS patients are suffering with low thyroid function. Many of these patients are plagued with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Gluten sensitivity has been implicated in contributing to Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism. Several studies now showRead More