i jus found out that my 4 yr old son has hypothyroidism,,,,his test results wer VERY high.i have hypothyroidism myself, it concerns me cause my son has gained so much weight n the past couple months, hes wearing a size 7 clothes!! and hes jus 4.i also wonder if that med conditon causes him 2 be sooo stubborn and mean...lol he doesnt listen but has burst of energy that is ridiculous ...lol (sounds like typical 4yr old) lol he goes 2 see an ped endro on aug 5th 2008,,,but i still worry...any comments would b appre, tyvm
Can only speak for myself, but when I was unaware that I had a TSH 12X higher than the high norm, I felt so awful that I was a BEAR! It effects every system of your body and just really makes you feel terrible.
I hope thsat treatment gives him...and you... some relief!
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