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Health advocate Mary Shomon landed in the ICU after nearly missing the signs of LADA, a form of type 1 diabetes. Now she shares the lessons that can help everyone live healthier—and smarter.
This is a common question about two separate yet similar autoimmune thyroid diseases. The truth is: You can have both, and at the same time.
If you’re going to go the highly recommended probiotic route, these are the ones you should be taking for your thyroid.
Skin conditions that are due to your thyroid disease—and ways to treat them.
How Phoebe used food to turn her thyroid bloodwork numbers upside down (in a good way).
Having a sensitivity to gluten, whether Celiac or not, can increase your chance of developing thyroid disease.
A look at treatments for hyperthyroidism and Graves’ disease, including drugs, RAI, and surgery.
Including options like Methimazole (Tapazole) and propylthiouracil (PTU).
These two terms are not interchangeable – but one does cause the other.
Lowering your thyroid antibodies can potentially calm or stop the autoimmune process that would make you hypothyroid, thus resolving your symptoms.