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#44 PHARM Part-15 Acute Use of Thyroid and Adrenal-RX

#44 PHARM Part-15 Acute Use of Thyroid and Adrenal-RX Key concepts of “Thyroid and Adrenal Therapies in the Acute or Chronic Illness Setting: Pharmacology, Management and Suppression” are discussed in this webinar with Dr. Anderson.

REDUCING THYROID ANTIBODIES CONT

QUESTION: I just listened to most of your lecture on Iodine/T3 therapy. What do you do to reduce antibody levels? I did not learn much in school (basically selenium) and I’ve tried pretty much everything I’ve read on facebook – nothing really works. What do you find works? I’m sure it depends, but this is driving …

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THYROID RESISTANCE IN POTS CONT

QUESTION: How do you treat POTS? Does it have something to do with thyroid? ANSWER: Underlying stuff is adrenal regulation and in POTS it sucks and can take 1-2 years to work on. Also if added DM or insulin resistance or “pre-diabetes” it will never be fixed. Circadian disruption feeds in, and in POTS autonomic …

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Autoimmunity: Thyroiditis

What is autoimmunity? How does it affect the thyroid, the whole body and how can this be treated?  

Thyroid Hormones

What is the thyroid gland, how does it affect our health and what options for treatment for thyroid issues exist?  

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals

Regarding: Executive Summary to EDC-2: The Endocrine Society’s Second Scientific Statement on Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals.  Summary of the publication: In this new review paper prepared for the Endocrine Society on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDC) the authors review the available data on this growing health problem.  The review focused on seven areas which included obesity and diabetes, …

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Dr. A Newsletter

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Cell Signaling: A review of data and summary of my clinical experience. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) – now also known as “systemic exertion intolerance disease” is a frustrating and potentially debilitating condition. Most patients diagnosed with CFS have a difficult timefinding answers and if they do (find answers to begin with) …

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STRESS AND YOUR ADRENAL HORMONES

Original air date, 04-20-2017 While we spent a whole four sessions on the real but “mysterious” effects stress can have on our health, it was such a popular topic Dr. A wanted to drill deeper into the exact families and sub-families of stress hormones, they effects on our health and how imbalances can cause us …

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What are strategies for reducing negative responses to stress?

Original air date, 01-19-17   Questions from prior shows: Chronic infections Cortisol – Thyroid (beyond screening tests, antibodies, Free T3 / T4 and rT3):  Should I get tested… Other occult causes Resources: Eat right: How does diet affect the brain-adrenal response? Regular meals Low glycemic index Protein and good fats mineral vitamin sources Movement: Anything is …

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Toxicity

Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals In this new review paper prepared for the Endocrine Society on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDC) the authors review the available data on this growing health problem.  The review focused on seven areas which included obesity and diabetes, female reproduction, male reproduction, hormone-sensitive cancers in females, prostate cancer, thyroid, and neurodevelopment and neuroendocrine …

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HIGH ASO TITER MANAGEMENT CONT

QUESTION: Patient with History of Fatigue and sleepiness. * Hashimotos Thyroid (mild elevation of both Tg and TPO Ab) * Over weight, under slept , etc * Found ASO titer Elevated (218) * High EBV chronic markers (EBV IgG VAC and NA both > 5.00 (quest max sensitivity)) * High Mycoplasma p. (IgG titer 1.43) …

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BASIC TRT MANAGEMENT CONT

QUESTION: 1. Some of my male patients have original T values around 180-400, and are of all ages, what are the long term outcomes of treatment? Can they get off the T eventually and have their bodies start producing naturally, or once they are on it are they on it for good? Some of my …

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WEANING AN AUTOIMMUNE PATIENT OFF OF PREDNISONE CONT

QUESTION: Granulomatosis Polyangitis: What is your experience with helping patients wean off of Prednisone when appropriate? I have a 43 yo Caucasian female diagnosed with granulomatosis polyangitis (aka Wegener’s Granulomatosis). Her main issues are related to her respiratory system. There is a scar tissue formation issue in her trachea and as more scar tissue forms, the more …

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T3 DOSING STRATEGY CONT

QUESTION: When I first saw this patient she was taking 100 mcg T3 QD, prescribed by you, at that time. Her chief complaints were fatigue (she commutes 1.5 hours to work each way and was not getting enough sleep and was under a fair amount of stress) and headaches (in the morning, in the center …

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