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Are you nursing? Are you chelating? Any yeast/candida issues? Did they use the IOAMT mercury amalgam removal protocol, with ventilation, oxygen, dams, and chelating?
I recently tested at 4.37 on my TSH and have read many places women that do not feel good unless they are under 2. My lab said 4.7 was normal I had to fight with my doc to treat my thyroid instead of depression meds. The article above is one I printed and referenced to.
|Changing the Normal Values for the TSH Test:
On November 2002, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists changed the normal TSH values. Previous normal bounds were 0.5 to 5.0, and these were changed to 0.3 to 3.04. The National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry, wants to change them again and says "In the future, the upper limit of the serum TSH reference range will be reduced to 2.5 mIU/L
"A serum TSH result between 0.5 and 2.0 mIU/L is generally considered the therapeutic target for a standard L-T4 (thyroid hormone) replacement dose for primary hypothyroidism."
Goitrogens such as cruciferous vegetables listed (cabbage, brussels sprouts, etc.) and soy need to be completely avoided (soy) or very well cooked to neutralize goitrogens (veggies) when one has thyroid problems.
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