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how i remove my thyroid problem without medician because i havn't money for treatment

By October 11, 2011 - 3:16am
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my TSH value is 8.27
hemoglobin is 8. is there any risk if i haven't any treatment.should i do start soon.
i want to know you 1 things also i have already 3 month this medicine by my Dr
Thyronorm 50 mcg.please give right solution what should i do.
thank you

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Check out this article from the Mayo clinic on possible complications of hypothyroidism.


Thyroid disorders can not only interfere with your quality of life, but if left untreated can even lead to hospitalization. I would not try to self-medicate or worse yet stop any medications without working with your doctor!

Best Regards,


October 11, 2011 - 10:37am

Hi Mragangi,

Welcome to EmpowHer! Your lab values indicate that you have a high thyroid level (underactive thyroid) and a low hemoglobin level.

For hemoglobin, you may need to take iron if this is the reason for your low hemoglobin. You need to see a doctor, even if it is at a public health clinic where they charge little to nothing based on your income.

Please take the thyronorm given to you by your doctor and remember to please go to a clinic where you an afford to be seen by a doctor because this should not go unmedicated.

Best of luck,


October 11, 2011 - 6:33am
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