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Re: How to Respond to Dr's Possible BS? TSH
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Re: How to Respond to Dr's Possible BS? TSH

I've just found my reference to TSH being "High"

** My TSH went up on Iodine.
This is a common occurrence when a person starts to take Iodine after being deficient. The body increases TSH to stimulate production of thyroglobulin which is used to bind to the Iodine in thyroid hormone production. Individuals can have TSH levels as high as 75 for up to 6 months without clinical signs of hypothyroidism. The best values to check with labs if there is a concern are the Free T3 and Free T4. You will find in most cases
that the “frees” are nicely within the ranges
D/L The Iodine Supplement Guide here:


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