I found your post about complex atypical hyperplasia and hyperparathyroidism. I had the big hysterectomy almost three years ago. I have been treated for kidney stones during the past year, and after discovering that I've lost 1/2" somewhere, I am about to be screened for hyperparathyroidism. Headaches for 15 years. Began treatment for depression 15 yrs ago.
My question is, could you point me to any medical journal articles about this? Thank you
hey i wanted to ask your advice because it seems like you went through something in 2008 that i'm going through. My numbers are hypo, but i'm experiencing hyper after being on a grain of armour for 2 weeks. It's been four days ( I think, I haven't slept much) off of the medication and i'm so dizzy and weak and my ears are ringing. I have so much school work due and I can't focus at all. My original tsh was 6.7 (subclinical) with a normal t3. how long did it take for your overdose symptoms to go away and what happened, ultimately. My resting avg heart was about 65 before, now it's 90 and about 110 if I try to sleep. I haven't slept now in so long. I think I may have slept two hours this morning. I'm really scared any info would be really helpful. thanks
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