Thyroid and bloodflow

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thyroid and ms

Postby silverbirch » Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:43 am

Sonia52/forum

Looking on your thread did I read that you have RR MS for the past 30 years? And it’s not changed from RR in those 30 years?
Apologies in advance if I’ve got this incorrect xxx

May I ask what thyroid meds are you on as Im seeing alot of thyroid paitents asking for LDN and their chat rooms on CCSVI ...

I’m beginning to think MS and thyroid have a good link and present very similar problems.

I was DX MS RR in 2009 now ten months later my TSH level is 5.59 Free T4 15.5?

Now I’m not on any DMD or any drugs as yet. I now want to get thyroid checked out further before they put me on DMD or they will blame drugs for thyroid problems which seems to be reason when MSers get thyroid problems.

Thyroid burst's this been worst case if thyroid left unchecked - can cause all manner of problems like stroke/heart attack - how weird as I was first DX with stroke then MS.


I have asked Dr S on his page in a long winded way ...if their is a link

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Postby sonia52 » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:23 pm

Yes Silver you're right.

I've been dx'ed in June 1980 (first symptoms in 1975). I still have RRMS. Why? Impossible to know... I began Copaxone in 2001.
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