What Optimal Thyroid Labs To Order To Truly Understand What The Heck Is Going On
Do you know how to read your labwork?
Here’s what to look for and how to advocate for the right tests to be done to help you address your thyroid issues, and especially for those after thyroidectomy.
In this episode:
- Medical ranges for hormones and how this affects your health
- Even if your labs look "normal", pay attention to your symptoms
- Sticking with bloodwork especially with changes in the seasons of your life
- How thyroid stimulating hormone works
- How Synthroid and other popular medications work
- The relationship between T3 and T4 hormones and why this matters
- Why you should pay close attention to reverse T3
- TPO and Thyroglobulin antibodies testing and your immune system
- The important test for iodine
- My view on healthy TSH ranges for those with thyroid issues and for those without a thyroid
- How to listen to your body to figure out your own healthy range
- Want to take your thyroid healing journey further? Join my exclusive Thyroid Inner Circle! www.thyroidinnercircle.com
- Get your free Optimal Thyroid Labs ebook: www.drrebeccawarren.com
- Have you had a thyroidectomy? Join my Healing After Thyroidectomy Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/healingafterthyroidectomy/
- Check out the basic and advance supplements I recommend for thyroid hormone health! Once you register, you will have access to both lists: https://wellevate.me/drswarren
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