A 2018 research study recruited 341 coeliac [celiac] disease patients and found that 91 of them (26.6%) had at least one autoimmune disease. Among those 91 patients, 44 patients (48.4%) also had a diagnosis of autoimmune thyroid disease. These coeliac patients with autoimmune thyroid disease constituted 12.9% of the total sample of 341 coeliac patients. … Continue reading REVIEW: Autoimmune thyroid disease in Coeliac patients
Q: When is a low TSH not hyperthyroidism? The answer is huge -- in central hypothyroidism, in low T3 syndrome, in the first trimester of pregnancy... AND in cases where thyroid therapy achieves euthyroid status without causing tissue thyrotoxicosis. In many posts on this blog, we've detailed the reasons why TSH is a poor indicator … Continue reading When is Low TSH not hyperthyroidism?