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Do Most People With Fms Have A Thyroid Condition Too
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posted February 9, 2019
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I do i didnt know it was connected to fibro there is so much connected to fibro.

posted February 11, 2019
A MyFibroTeam Member

I do.

posted February 10, 2019
A MyFibroTeam Member

Tania51 I would go to another dr and get a second opinion. Then you can tell them to check the thyroid. Not everything is connected to fibro. Be persistent and don't give in when you think there's something wrong with and you know your body more than anybody else so good luck Tina and I hope and pray that you get some answers that you deserve.

posted February 10, 2019
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Tania you are right many with fibromyalgia have hashimotos in this case your Tsh and t4 can be normal but you have anti tpo antibodies which is what creates the problem. Most doctors just check tsh so many people may not be aware they have this. Unfortunately convential medicine does not have many treatments for hashimotos other than thyroyd replacement hormone once tsh becomes abnormal. But I think if we could find a treatment it would help fibromyalgia

posted February 10, 2019
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I don't.

posted February 11, 2019

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