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22 Patterns of Low Thyroid Function (Most because of HPA-axis PVN issues)

Discussion in 'Thyroid Dysfunction' started by drob31, Jul 24, 2015.

  1. drob31

    drob31 Senior Member

    I'm copying this straight from "Why Do I still Have Thyroid Symptoms? When My Lab Tests Are Normal..."

    By: Kharrazian, Datis

    Note: these are all backed by the literature. If you notice, your blood work can be totally normally, but things like autoimmune conditions, Lyme, HPA-axis issues, methylation, missing co-factors, hormonal imbalances, etc, lead to hypothyroid symptoms.

  2. pattismith

    pattismith Senior Member

    interesting but Dopamine induces a low TSH.

    Metoclopramide, a dopamine-antagonist, induces a rise of TSH.

    I wonder if anyone on PR has any experience with long term use of Metoclopramide and it's effect on thyroid tests.

    It is supposed to raise TSH and thus T4

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