I thought this title was new, but it goes back to the early days. Someone mentioned to me how a Neuroendocrinology, really helped someone they know, vs the standard endos we've all seen (mostly thumbs down) .
After reading what little info there is, I really dont see much of a difference. I think this person just luckily found a Dr that thinks outside the "TSH / Synthyroid only" endo thought box.
Any thoughts /experiences?
"Neuroendocrinology" as one word cannot even be searched on Med Help.
i saw one of these guys. Total M0ron. My doc wanted to explore "encopolopitis" or whatever that weird hashimotos was. sent me to this guy. Guy laughed at me when i told him all my symptoms and told me i needed to be on antidepressants. A week later my tsh shot up to 24 and my throat pain started.
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