"Darn. I didn’t get the lab paper work. Doctor still has it. But then I saw it all my thyroid tests were dead smack in the middle of the ranges. Literally. Except this TgAb 210.3 one!!! My symptoms aren’t tired, it’s not brain fog, and al..."
"Hi. So I finally took Barbs advice and got my blood tests done for ALL thyroid related blood tests across the thyroid panel. I got all my frees, Tsh, tpo and TgAb tests done. All my thyroid levels came back in perfect normal range always..."
I've had a Vitamin D deficiency for almost 2 years and it first reared its unattractive head with deep yawns, nausea, heart palpitations and arrythmia, dizziness (oh darn, etc., etc.). Soon I also experienced heart pain for over a year (which has since almost completely disappeared). Thank you for mentioning your deep yawns and shortness of breath. A year after vitamin D supplementation I still get those, but only for a few minutes every few days - and I'm perhaps a few months away from full recovery. I hope you stuck with your Vitamin D supplementation and are now free.
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