Hashimoto's Thyroiditis or Under Active Thyroid

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Weight gain, fatigue, hair loss, dry skin, insomnia, depression, infertility or anxiety are common symptoms.


Dose having abnormal symptoms, despite thyroid hormone labs being "normal" sound familiar?


Do you keep hearing "Everything seems satisfactory."?


According to the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologist, more than 27 million people suffer from thyroid dysfunction, and sadly, many more go un-diagnosed. It often goes misdiagnosed and is mismanaged by the alternative and conventional health care systems. Many people suffer from an under active thyroid condition known as Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. Symptoms of this disease include:


  • Depression
  • Inability to lose weight even if exercising and dieting
  • Fatigue
  • Anxiety
  • Hair Loss
  • Constipation
  • Infertility
  • Adult onset acne
  • Cold hands and feet



Many hypothyroid patients continue with this disease and get worse with time...Seemingly with no justification. Patients are often convinced something is not being caught on their labs, or that their physician is overlooking a key piece of the puzzle.


Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism represents more than 95% of all the patients that have Hypothyroidism. This means that their Hypothyroid or low functioning thyroid is due to an autoimmunity.  Autoimmunity’s are disease processes by which your own body’s immune system attacks the tissues. You must ask yourself, “Why would my own body attack my normal tissue, when my immune system is used to defend my body against outside invaders such as infections and viruses?” We will answer that question in a few moments.


About 90% of Hashimoto’s patients are women, and have common symptoms of the disease. These symptoms include thin or scaling skin, thinning and brittle hair, sleep interruptions, weight gain, brain fog, memory loss or interruptions, anxiety, panic attacks, and cold hands and feet. The age range for these patient’s symptoms usually start in the early to mid-thirties, and up to the mid to late fifties.


Unfortunately, for many patients the diagnosis of Hashimoto’s Hypothyroidism comes late and is often confused with other diseases. Hashimoto’s as a diagnosis is usually present for up to a decade with symptoms but without significant lab findings. This is because it takes many years before there is enough damage to get findings on initial lab testing. Because of this, many Hashimoto’s patients are diagnosed with panic disorders, anxiety, depression or bi-polar disorder. These symptoms can be associated with Hashimoto’s, but they are also associated with many other disease processes.


How do you figure this out? First, the use of minimal lab profiles such as a TSH test (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone). This test is often the only test that many doctors will use to look for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. This can often lead to false negatives, meaning that you DO have the disease, but it is not showing up on the lab work. You may ask, what do we do different? Test, test test! Testing is what we do to not only find the disease, but also to find the CAUSE of the disease. Anything from food, mercury exposure, mold hidden infections in the gut, and hormone dysregulation are all areas that we test. By doing these tests, we determine whether we can reduce, remit or reverse the disease process. Our clinical model works and performs to regard the underlying causes of unrelenting hypothyroid symptoms. We then tailor care plans for each separate patient based on their specific underlying causes.


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