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Re: Low Thyroid and lithium Pfinstegg

Posted by BarbaraCat on January 17, 2003, at 13:12:34

In reply to Re: Low Thyroid and lithium BarbaraCat, posted by Pfinstegg on January 17, 2003, at 12:27:08

Hi Phinstegg,
So glad these treatments were effective for you -- you're the first person so far I've heard positive real results from it. BTW, how long has it been since they 'took' and to you anticipate any refresher treatments?

I'll be seeing my pdoc next week and will ask him if he knows of anyone doing TMS. I can already guess that my HMO will not pay for it but want at least a recommendation from pdoc for someone in the Portland, OR area. If he doesn't come with anything useful, I'll probably be back in touch with you for websites or anything else you can think of so I can begin my own search. If you have any suggestions and want to send them along, I'm very interested.

I'd also be interested in what you found out about cortisol/HPA axis stuff since in my opinion, that is the key to all this misery. But don't trouble yourself if it's not at your fingertips. The trickiest part in providing a link to a previous post is first finding that post but once you do you can always get it's identifier from the URL in the address box.

1. First locate the previous post and click on the link to open it.
2. Copy the contents of the address box at the top of the screen (just click in the address box to highlight the http://www. etc., then hold down the the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press 'c').
3. Open up the form replying back to the person requesting it, or as a new thread if you're starting one.
4. Paste the copied address into the message area (hold down Ctrl key and press 'v').

Sorry if this is overly instructive but best not to assume things. BArbaraCat

> Hi BarbaraCat.. I don't know how to provide a link to my former posts (showing my computer ignorance). Most of them probably wouldn't be too helpful, anyway, as I was mostly gathering information- about cortisol and HPA axis dysregulation mainly.
> I did find a place to receive TMS from a psychiatrist in private practice, and did have to pay the costs of the treatment, although the psychiatrist's other fees were paid by insurance. The cost for 3 weeks of TMs was $1650. It worked so well, though that it seems a small price to pay.
> I do hope you find good, effective treatment, too: if I can provide any more information about the TMS I'd be glad to.
> Pfinstegg




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