Falling Through The Cracks- Fibromyalgia And Low Thyroid


 

About The Doctor

Dr. Murphree uses some of the most sophisticated, yet practical, scientifically based, nutritional therapies to prevent and reverse even the most stubborn illnesses. Dr. Rodger Murphree, D.C., has been in private practice since 1990. He is the founder and past clinic director for a large integrated medical practice located on the campus of Brookwood Hospital in Birmingham, Alabama. He is the author of Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Heart Disease What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You, and Treating and Beating Anxiety and Depression with Orthomolecular Medicine.

He can be reached at www.YourFibroDoctor.com or 205-879-2383.  

 


 

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11 Commentsto Falling Through The Cracks- Fibromyalgia And Low Thyroid

  1. charlene schooling says:

    Am really excited about anything new and opinions developing regard fibro. Chronic fatigue and RA.

  2. Carol C Smith says:

    I have suffered from Fibromyalgia for almost 40 years . Long before they knew what it was . Some are still not clear as to what it is . “Often what you can’t see you don’t believe “. I was married to my husband for 46 1/2yrs. He was an Excersize Physiologist & also taught Kinesiology at the University of Alabama ending his career as the Area Head. I truly believe if we were not meant to be together we would have ended our marriage over my health. He was my greatest supporter when Drs couldn’t find sufficient reasons why I was hospitalized . He knew I wasn’t what most people thought … A Hypochondriac ! He passed away this last December & words cannot express the grieving process I have & continue to go through . A finer Christian man you’ll never meet . I know one day we will be together again . I thank God for the 49 years together & our Beautiful Family of 3 children & 5 grands so far.

  3. Christina Hicks says:

    Im interested in reading your book

  4. Christina Hicks says:

    Interested in book

  5. Robin Machado says:

    So tired of chronic pain, weight gain & extreme fatigue. Help me please…

  6. Heather McCollim says:

    So I’ve been reading your book Treating and Beating Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and it’s very informative. I have also been taking your vitAmins for about a month and a half and waiting on another shipment.y IBS has totally corrected itself and going everyday instead of weekly or longer tha is to digestive supplements and probiotics. But my question is had labs done because I have all kinds of wacky things going on. I have AS severe fibro osteoarthritis in entire facets of my spine thoracic spine and right hip with osteophytes, left knee, right thumb and probally more, neuropathy, sciatica. multiple bulging disk in cervical and lumbar region, neulagia, radiculitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, Raymauds, and follow pain management because 2 rheumatologist have told me I’m to complicated and past point of treatment. Seeing ortho for carpal tunnel as fingers Will contract at times and get injections and it relieves it for awhile. Ortho believes I have something else goinf on and ordered a bone scan of hands. Had 2 prominent spots 1 on outer wrist and 1 on radius between thumb and elbow both on right arm. No definitive diagnosis other than possible fracture or malignant or benign bone tumors follow up recommends. All this is hereditary as my my grandma uncle and cousin all have same diagnosis except this. So puzzled. I’m 40 a nurse and unable to work since I had my hysterectomy in February. I can barely walk or move most days. So disheartening. My labs just came back all normal on CBC, CMP, and Thyroid panel except my YAH is still low at 0.90 and T3 at 35% which is inadequate. Last labs were 2.1 TSH and precious was0.2 for YAH so what could possibly going on now. Hyperthyroidism? Graves? Any answers……suggestions. Still waiting on all inflammatory markers to come back. I take tons of vitamins adrenal as well. Wanting answers and no one can seem to help. Now they think I may have a connective tissue disorder also. Ugh I have enough. Help!!!

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