I tried using the tracker.
It is hard to see a trend when you have numbers in the "subclinical" range.
I am going to make up my own chart using a different scale on Excel or something like it.
I use the tracker. It is very benefial in many ways. I tend to forget things so that helps me to keep track.....
Could someone tell me how we can show this to the dr? I guess print it out? And if so, some hints, as I wouldn't want to take a pink copy into the dr.
Thanks. It is a big help.
Hey Kitty --- thanks for responding. What are your subclinical #'s ... this way I can pass along the info.
Here is how you can print it with a viewable range:
I have been able to print out my thyroid tracker using this method listed below. It allows me the ability to capture the timeframe I want my Dr. to see in print.
* Right Click on the Tracker
* Save the Image to your Desktop (you can send to someone or or open it from here)
* Open your saved work from the Desktop icon
* Print that image out
* You can move the timeline back and forth to get the right timeframe in the printout
See if that helps ?
YIPPEEE!!! Thank you Cheryl. That is fantastic to know....
I use the tracker as a place to store all my thyroid med/levels info. I find it helpful to keep it all in one place, but since I've only been dealing with thyroid issues for a few months, there isn't much to use it for at this point.
I use the trackers quite often. I helps me stay a little focus, since sometimes I wonder if I ADD.... So thanks for the trackers.
I make a copy and bring it with me to the endo dr next month.
great idea. Thanks
I use it and love it, because I can view my levels and how they change over time, as well as the common symptoms I'm experiencing. I only wish there was an area to add the RAIU information, and label that I had a doctor's appointment that day.
I don't have a doctor to show this to, yet--otherwise, I would. :(
Thought with all our new members, this is a good post to bring forward again. You can now print the tracker!