I have been taking ptu meds for 3 months now and I have been steadily gaining wieght. I do lots of cardio and watch what I eat but I still keep gaining wieght. Im starting to get alarmed about this because the wieght isnt coming off with diet and exercize plus I do not over eat and Im very very active
the last time I went to the doctor my levels were normal between 4 and 12 mine were 5 when my thyroid was overactive I couldnt keep any wieght at all on no matter what I did. Now its just the opposite no matter what I do the wieght is just gaining and gaining and I dont know what to do to stay at a normal healthy wieght
You obviously go between hyper and hypo for whatever reason..Were you diagnosed with a thyroid condition (grave's...hashi's)??? There is something going on with your levels somewhere...by chance, do you have a copy of your lab work so that you can post here with the ranges???
yes i have been diagnosed with graves disease. no i dont know how to get the labs. i had xrays on my thyroid and was told that it is very abnormal. my doctor said it was extremly fast. at the time my pulse was like 114 a minute, but since ive been taking the ptu meds my pulse is like 60 a minute
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