Re: [IPk] Help please thyroid problems
Seems odd that your GP isn't handling it now, or a specialist, but I
guess if your diabetes consultant has experience there then fair enough.
email @ redacted wrote:
> Hi Di,
> The condition was picked up at my annual review, so it was diabetes
> consultant that put me on thyroxine.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Diana Maynard"
> <email @ redacted>
> To: <email @ redacted>
> Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 1:21 PM
> Subject: Re: [IPk] Help please thyroid problems
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>> Hi Karen
>> I'm a bit confused, why are you getting in touch with your diabetes
>> consultant? Surely he wasn't the one who put you on thyroxine?
>> Shouldn't you be talking to either your GP or thyroid specialist? Or
>> is your diabetes consultant also managing your thyroid condition???
>> email @ redacted wrote:
>>> Hi Melissa,
>>> Many thanks for your reply, it all sounds quite familiar and makes me
>>> feel a little better. I have rung up the secretary of my diabetes
>>> consultant and asked her to speak to him and hopefully he might give
>>> me a call this pm. I know I am very sensitive to alot of medication,
>>> had loads of problems with statins etc, and I would feel better if
>>> they would reduce dose of thyroxine, it seems strange to me that
>>> after 8 days of taking thyroxine my levels are ok, I understood it
>>> took weeks.
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