Could Thyroid Antibodies Cause Your Weight Gain & Fatigue ?

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You’ve been chasing symptoms.

If you suffer from weight changes, mood swings, and noticing you’re always cold you’ve gone to the doctor checked your thyroid but still haven’t seen anything. This post can change your life. There’s a way to take charge of your health again, stopping the frustration and run around. If you don’t make changes then, unfortunately, it just gets worst. I’ve seen it with my own eyes.

Thyroid Antibodies indicated that the body’s immune system is accidently attacking itself. Abnormal production of thyroid antibodies may create a state of hypo (low) or hyper (high) thyroid. The main test to check your thyroid is TSH (Thyroid Simulating Hormone) has a range from .45-4.5 mIU/L. Even some endocrinologist agree that the range is very big. Some antibodies attach to the TSH receptors but will not change the TSH level. Thyroid antibodies are positive in early stages of Hashimoto’s BEFORE the thyroid gland has been destroyed.

You might feel off yet still have “normal” blood results

Fact: Every single cell needs thyroid hormone, the symptoms can be very diverse. 

Here are serum thyroid antibodies:

  • Anti-thyroid peroxidase antibodies TPO(ab)
  • Anti-thyroglobulin antibodies (TGA) or (TBGab)
  • Thyroid stimulating hormone receptor antibodies (TSHRAb) or (TSIab)

Running an antibody test can give some clarity on what the next step to take. This blood test is just a snap shot of that point in time so a follow-up test might be needed. A full blood work up is also recommended due to the complexity of factors.

Here’s what you can do: 

Work with your doctor or Health Geek to run a test detailed test You can order the test yourself places like True Health Labs you still need interpretations and possible follow-up tests.

Recommended Books:

Dr. Datis Kharrazian:  Why Do I still Have Thyroid Symptoms?

Izabella Wentz PharmD: Root Cause

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