zondag 5 februari 2012

4 manieren om een trage schildklier te diagnosticeren

Four Ways to Diagnose Hypothyroidism

Is it possible to have all the symptoms of hypothyroidism, but not be clinically diagnosed with hypothyroidism by your physician?  The answer is a resounding…yes! For many, this is a relief!
Have you been to your physician countless times complaining of classic symptoms of hypothyroidism, such as difficulty losing weight, extreme fatigue, muscle aches, joint pain, constipation and brain fog, only to be told that your blood tests appear normal?
Are you beginning to wonder if it’s all in your head?  Are you starting to think that you might have to deal with these symptoms for the rest of your life?
Today, we have something to give you: hope.
No, it’s not all in your head.  No, you don’t have to live the rest of your life struggling just to make it through each day.
The diagnosis of hypothyroidism should not rely soley upon the results of a blood test when the clinical and physical symptoms are screaming out ‘Hypothyroidism!’ right in front of the doctor.
So how can we diagnose hypothyroidism beyond the blood tests?  It all begins with the patient.

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