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"I would love any and all advice, because my own research hasn't helped me and I don't know anyone in my circle of friends or fellow parents who have Celiac-Hyperthyroidism, so while their everyday advice for being a new parent is wonderful, they don't have to deal with the extra struggle of being a mom with two autoimmune conditions, and I am at a loss on what to do."
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The Hyper thyroid problems and Fatigue can be be from Low Thiamine levels....
Taking Magnesium Citrate and Benfotiamine with meals can help your fatigue issues.
Here is two great studies that shows how being low in Thiamine can trigger Hyper Thyroidism and lead to Chronic Fatigue issues.
Entitled "Thiamine and Hashimoto's thyroiditis: a report of three cases" and a thiamine deficiency as a cause of chronic fatigue in Thyroid patients....
And this one entitled "Thyrotoxicosis Associated Wernicke’s Encephalopathy"
This is a great thread on Thiamine deficiency....
Or just search for Knitty Kitty and many threads about how a Thiamine deficiency can affect a Celiac.. .....especially if fatigue is your main complaint.....will come up.
Or do the same for Magnesium and also several good threads about magnesium will come up...
I hope this is helpful but it is not medical advice.
Welcome to the forum!
Thyroid conditions are also related to untreated celiac disease, and when this is the case can sometimes go away on a gluten-free diet. This category has many research summaries on the topic:
As for issues waking up and getting enough sleep with a newborn, you’re probably going to be tired and not get good sleep for a few years...at least that’s how I remember it. Perhaps search for a better alarm clock? Also, our doctor told us not to worry and create a strict feeding schedule, and to let the baby wake us up when it’s hungry. My daughter could come close to sleeping all night, but my son woke us up every 2 hours when he was a newborn.
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