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Are your Thyroid Results “Normal” or Under Control? Yet you still have symptoms?
Have you been on Synthroid or Levothyroxin only to show no signs of improvement even after years of increasing and lowering the dosage?
Does your family have a history of Hypothyroidism with no relief?
An underactive thyroid can be a frustrating disorder to pinpoint with so many varying symptoms. Often times, even when prescribed medication, your symptoms never fully feel “fixed”.
Our practitioners look beyond the usual “TSH” and “Total T4” to properly assess your thyroid condition. Due to the overwhelming physical AND mental toll these disorders take on patients, our physicians have developed unique laboratory protocols and interpretations.
Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Tiredness, Sleep Problems, Hair Loss, and Weight Gain are just a few of the reasons you may suspect you have a thyroid problem. Yet these issues are often overlooked as other disorders or simply “in your head.” We hear this too often from our patients and it has become a priority of our clinic to wage war against this often overlooked disorder.
In fact, many of our patient’s find that they are experiencing Subclinical Hypothyroidism or even Hashimoto’s disease. Hashimoto’s disease of the thyroid is an autoimmune condition where your own body attacks the thyroid gland leading to a slowed or underfunctioning thyroid gland. Women are 7 times more likely to develop this disorder, especially between the ages of 40-60.
How do you know if you have hypothyroidism?
- Loss of outer 1/3 of eyebrow
- Yellow bumps on eyelid
- Chronic Constripation
- Depression and/or moodiness
- Chronic fatigue
- Excess hair loss / thinning hair
- Weight gain / slow metabolism
- Cold hands and feet
- Poor Memory / brain fog
- Cry easily
- Dry flaky skin
- Slow heart rate and/or heart palpitations
- Muscle weakness
- Feel better post exercise
- Can't breathe deeply enough
- Low body temperature
- Excessive sleeping
- Trouble getting up in the morning
- Increased number of infections
- Dizziness / vertigo
- Lack of sweating when exercising
- High cholesterol
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Digestive issues (GERD, acid reflux, upset stomach, bloating, gas)
If you experiencing any of these symptoms, call us at 704-625-2994 or schedule a consultation to determine the TRUE cause of your hypothyroidism. Our physicians, along with our revolutionary Functional Medicine protocols, will diagnose and alleviate your symptoms.