Sometimes, your TSH, and even your T3 and T4 tests don’t always give the full picture. If your tests come back “normal,” and you still feel like something is off, you may want to ask your doctor to consider these tests as well.
Conventional endocrinologists don’t test for reverse T3 (RT3), but it can play an important part in your thyroid function, and can be set off by something as simple as stress.
Thyroid disease and diabetes can go hand in hand, so it’s important to understand the connection between these two endocrine conditions.
The simple answer is no, but your situation might be more complicated. Here's what you should know about surgery for thyroid nodules.
Better known as Graves’ eye disease, this disease affects up to half of all people living with Graves’ disease.
These are the thyroid bloodwork results that are important to track, and tips for how to keep it all organized.
In some cases, severe morning sickness while pregnant can be the result of thyroid dysfunction.
From surgery and radioactive iodine treatment, to thyroid hormone replacement medication, here's what to expect before, during, and after thyroid cancer.
Wondering what to expect from a thyroid cancer diagnosis? Here's all the tests and tools your doctor may use to diagnose your condition.
A Mayo Clinic endocrinologist talks about thyroid cancer issues like overdiagnosis, and whether active surveillance is a viable treatment.