Myo-Inositol for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis What is Myo-Inositol? Myo-Inositol is a sugar-like molecule involved in cell signaling, making TSH signal more effective in the thyroid cells. This is useful in Hashimotos’ Thyroiditis, where Myo-Inositol is given in combination with selenium and … Continue reading →
Gigi Hadid and Hashimotos Autoimmune Thyroiditis by Jeffrey Dach MD Gigi Hadid is a supermodel celebrity who spends her day doing photo shoots for high end magazine covers. One day she discovered for no obvious reason, she was gaining … Continue reading →
Unexplained Infertility Linked to Low Thyroid Function by Jeffrey Dach MD A new study in Endocrinology, found that women with unexplained infertility had higher TSH levels than aged matched controls, indicating lower thyroid function may be responsible. Nearly twice as … Continue reading →
Online Information for Hashimotos Thyroid Disease Susan has Hashimotos’ thyroid disease, and has been online gathering information and learning as much as she can. However, Susan is bewildered by the amount of contradictory and conflicting information, and is asking me … Continue reading →
Iodine at the Health Food Store by Jeffrey Dach MD Japanese Reactor Accident and Radiation Leak In the aftermath of the Japanese Earthquake and Reactor Accident, reports of radiation leakage has spurred interest and demand for Iodine tablets as a preventive agent. Iodine tablets … Continue reading →
Myo-Inositol for PCOS and Hashimotos by Jeffrey Dach MD Link to this article My previous article covered the beneficial effect of selenium in Hashimoto’s patients, with a decline in antibody levels seen in four controlled studies in the endocrinology literature. … Continue reading →
Iodine and Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroid Disease by Jeffrey Dach MD Above Image:Electron microscopy image of thyroid tissue from a patient with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, showing electron dense deposits of Antibodies (IgG and TG) along the basement membrane of follicular cells. Courtesy … Continue reading →
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