đź“ž Theodore Friedman Webinar on Nuances of Diagnosing and Treating Hypothyroidism

TOPICS TO BE DISCUSSED INCLUDE:

 

  • HOW IMPORTANT IS THE TPO ANTIBODY IN THE DIAGNOSIS OF HYPOTHYROIDISM?

  • WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO HAVE HASHIMOTO’S?

  • WHICH THYROID MEDICINE IS THE BEST?

  • WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DESICCATED THYROID AND SYNTHETIC THYROID HORMONES?

  • WHAT ABOUT TAKING ONLY T3?

  • IS RT3 IMPORTANT?

  • IS DIET IMPORTANT IN PATIENTS WITH HYPOTHYROIDISM?

 

SUNDAY • JULY 29TH • 6 PM PST

 

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🎤 Interview Archive: Jenn, Steroid Induced (Iatrogenic) Cushing’s patient

 

Jenn (StaceyJenn) was diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency, hypothyroidism, and a host of other ailments in 2001 (candidiasis, intestinal permeability, 22 latent food allergies). Once diagnosed, she was on specially formulated hydrocortisone for 7 years as she was allergic to the fillers in the meds. Her doctor stopped practicing and she was transferred to his associate. She switched StaceyJenn to medrol. After Cushing’s symptoms, a new endo started weaning her off the medrol…

Listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cushingshelp/2008/04/03/interview-with-staceyjenn-steroid-induced-iatrogenic-cushings-patient

 

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Interview with Jenn, Steroid Induced (Iatrogenic) Cushing’s patient

 

Jenn (StaceyJenn) was diagnosed with adrenal insufficiency, hypothyroidism, and a host of other ailments in 2001 (candidiasis, intestinal permeability, 22 latent food allergies). Once diagnosed, she was on specially formulated hydrocortisone for 7 years as she was allergic to the fillers in the meds. Her doctor stopped practicing and she was transferred to his associate. She switched StaceyJenn to medrol. After Cushing’s symptoms, a new endo started weaning her off the medrol…

Listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/cushingshelp/2008/04/03/interview-with-staceyjenn-steroid-induced-iatrogenic-cushings-patient

 

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