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Higher-Than-Normal Thyroxine Doses Offer a Clue to Celiac Disease - Celiac.com

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Higher-Than-Normal Thyroxine Doses Offer a Clue to Celiac Disease

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Celiac.com 03/26/2012 - People with thyroiditis and untreated celiac disease may suffer from reduced thyroid-stimulating hormone levels, a new study has found. Those people may require supplemental doses of thyroxine to normalize their ...

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Whoa! I told my Dr. I was certain I was malabsorbing thyroxine. I don't get all the effects of thyroid without T3, which is easier to absorb. That explains a LOT.

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Seems like the same logic could apply to other deficiencies, like vitamins and minerals.

Oh wait, it does! It's called malabsorption!

These docs are getting smarter every day.

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My hubby has Hashimotos. They just increased his med.

He refuses to be tested for Celiac. I wish this would get so well known that Dr.s would automatically test for Celiac when Dxing thyroid problems.

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