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Re: TSH Levels Larry Hoover

Posted by Cairo on July 23, 2004, at 9:10:10

In reply to Re: TSH Levels Cairo, posted by Larry Hoover on July 19, 2004, at 16:45:26

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> > Deficiencies of nutrients may be secondary to stress and disease, rather than primary, though the reverse certainly may be true.
> >
> > Cairo
>
> In either case, is not supplementation warranted? Do you believe it would be ill-advised to consider supplements while awaiting the endo appointment? I'm unclear on that element of your comments.
>
> Lar

I'm just wondering if vitamins/supplements could skew the results of lab tests that might be necessary for diagnosis or if they could potentially make a situation worse, such as stimulating the thyroid when you already have high cortisol levels.

What do you think?

Cairo


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