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Suffering form hypothyroid symptoms

I have been suffering with hypothyroid symptoms for the last year and a half. Im always cold, extreme hair loss , weight gain, memory, etc. I have seen doctors that have told me my test results are in the normal range. But yest I still have not received anything to help with these symptoms because of the test results. I cant keep going to doctor after doctor and Im sick and tired of being sick and tired. What can I do or is there anything natural or over the counter that can help? This is effecting my quality of life and work.
Asked On : Tue, 18 Jan 2011
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When your tests are normal you can not have thyroid problem, your problem may be due to other hormonal imbalance. You have not mentioned your age. If you are near 40 years this could be pre menopausal symptoms. Try to take healthy food, rich in vitamins and minerals. You can also take multivitamin supplements. You should also look for some sort of anxiety or depression; it can be one of the reasons
Answered: Wed, 19 Jan 2011
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