Robert asks…

what the best medicine for atypical lymphocytes?and what is the main causes of this?and how to prevent?

Helen answers:

What can cause atypical lymphocytes?
Most common cause is disease called infectous mononucleuosis, other causes are rare and bad like maligenancy. SM MD Infections will cause elevated lymphocytes, and i believe some autoimmune or thyroid problems (graves disease) Read More »
Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_can_cause_atypical_lymphocytes
What causes both atypical lymphocytes and ovalocytes?
Atypical lymphocytes – are caused by viral infections, may be noted in lymphocytic leukemia, and may be seen in allergies. Ovalocytes are typically seen in cases of low hemoglobin or red blood cells counts, ie anemia. Sometimes even a sligh… Read More »
Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_causes_both_atypical_lymphocytes_a .

Target therapy can address atypical lymphocytes both for prevention and cure.

The symptoms cited———an offshoot of blocked energy + accumulated toxins in Thyroid & Parathyroid, lymphatic system, Spleen, hormonal imbalance with a displaced solar plexus.

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U may study it, discuss with Ur family members/friends/acquaintances and slowly and steadily implement it for the best results.

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Michael asks…

i just found out today that my thyroid level is high. its a 10.100 and my T4 is 0.75, that is hypo right?

i am scheduled to see an Endo next week, however i dont know much about this diease. if anyone is on the meds for this can you tell me a bit about side effects etc…….thanks

Helen answers:

Yes that is high meaning hypO. However, were you checked for antibodies? If not, the TSH may mean nothing.

Need testing for ANTIBODIES as well as TSH. TSH should be .3 – 3 but would not matter if antibodies are present. Indicative of Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroiditis…main cause of HypOthyroid & is worse …OR Graves Disease (hypER).

WARNING: Doctors seem not to want to find thyroid disease. May have to go to more than one before you get the right tests, interpretation, and treatment. Best wishes.

Ck these:
http://thyroid.about.com/bio/Mary-Shomon-350.htm
http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/
http://www.thyrophoenix.com/index.html

God bless

Carol asks…

Can someone give me an idea of what might be going on with me?

I’ve had chronic constipation since childhood (I’m 23 now) And when I do go to the bathroom, it’s pellet-like. I’ve also had chronic bad breath since childhood. And for the past few years, I’ve had a swollen tongue with teeth indentations on both sides. My tongue isn’t in pain or anything. Just swollen and easily coated. Especially after I eat. It also doesn’t take much for it to become dry. I tested negative for hypothyroidism and sjogren’s. I am also constantly lethargic and I find it very hard to focus. Easily depressed and lacking mental clarity. And recently, my mother told me that when I was very young, I would hold my stool until I couldn’t take it anymore. I also had hand-foot-and mouth disease at one point as a child. I don’t know if either of these things may have anything to do with my symptoms. I’ve tried organic psyllium husk after drugstore products failed. Nothing keeps me regular. Please, serious answers only!
@Eamonn, are you sure you’re a nurse? I looked up the symptoms on webmd and I don’t have them. I said serious answers only.
@Blondie, I understand not having every symptom, but I didn’t seem to have ANY symptom. I have had much bloodwork done in the past year, and Chrohn’s didn’t come up.
@Dr. Parsons, spread that spam somewhere else. Seriously.

Helen answers:

“I tested negative for hypothyroidism ” Do not count on it! It is missed more than found! This sounds exactly like what it probably is!

There are soooooo many possible symptoms of thyroid disease ..it effects everything. IBS w/ constipation is very common w/ it.

You need testing for thyroid ANTIBODIES as well as TSH. TSH ‘norm’ should be .3 – 3 (w/ most feeling best at < 2) but, for diagnosis, would not matter if ANTIBODIES are present. Indicative of Hashimoto’s Autoimmune Thyroiditis (cycles between hyper & hypo at start)…main cause of eventual HypOthyroidism & is worse (…OR Graves Disease – HypERthyroid).

WARNING: Doctors seem not to want to find/treat thyroid disease. You may have to go to more than one doctor before you get the right tests, interpretation, and treatment. Best wishes.

Ck these:
http://thyroid.about.com/bio/Mary-Shomon-350.htm
http://www.stopthethyroidmadness.com/
http://www.thyrophoenix.com/index.html
http://thyroid.about.com/cs/newsinfo/l/blguidelines.htm

I had had the severe constipation all my life til starting treatment w/ Synthroid.

God bless

David asks…

fingers, toes, noes ears and sometimes lips are constantly cold?!?

when i’m inside my house which is heated, (it’s on 70 right now, super warm) my fingers, toes, nose and ears are really cold! Everybody always tells me how cold my hands are and when i feel everybody elses hands they’re always very warm. I am constantly trying to warm my hands up by rubbing them together and clenching them in fists. It’s been like this for as long as i can remember! When I go outside in the cold my fingers, toes, nose , ears and lips will be icy cold and will turn BLUE!! they’ll be numb! I’m pretty sure this isn’t bad circulation because the symptoms to that are smoking and being overweight. I’m on a strict vegan diet, i dont smoke and I exercise at least 3 times a week. I’m very healthy

What could this be?! ugh

Helen answers:

Bad circulation maybe hereditary my dad has bad circulation and i get that from him so in the winter time i suffer abit but not to the point of going blue that’s something you should see your doctor about.

Edit 2 I looked this up for you as it showed all your symptons

A feeling of cold in the hands and/or feet — or sensitivity to the cold — is a common complaint in people with hypothyroidism. Typically, if you’re a thyroid patient experiencing these symptoms, the cold sensitivity and cold extremities will decrease usually significantly after you’ve received appropriate treatment for your underactive thyroid.
But in some thyroid patients, symptoms continue. When cold hands and/or feet persist, you should be evaluated for Raynaud’s syndrome. Raynaud’s (sometimes also spelled Reynaud’s) is also known as Raynaud’s phenomenom. It’s a disease that involves an interruption in the blood flow to fingers and toes (and sometimes nose and ears), due to spasms in the blood vessels.

An excellent review of the diagnostic tests for Raynaud’s is featured in this Guide to Raynaud’s.

Some common triggers for Raynaud’s include:
•Going outside during frigid temperatures
•Holding an iced drink
•Walking into an air conditioned room
•Putting your hands in the freezer
•Putting hands under cold water
•Emotional stress
During a Raynaud’s attack, the affected area typically turns white, and as oxygen fails to reach the extremities, they can turn blue. You may feel tingling or painful throbbing, and the affected area may swell. Symptoms can resolve quickly or may last for hours.
Raynaud’s is a condition seen on its own, but also shows up as a “secondary” disease alongside other autoimmune diseases, including Hashimoto’s disease, Graves’ disease, lupus, Sjögren’s Syndrome, scleroderma, and rheumatoid arthritis, among others.

Treatments

If your symptoms are due to Raynaud’s, beyond proper thyroid treatment, avoiding or minimizing cold exposure is a key way to avoid symptoms. If you are a smoker, you should also stop smoking, as that is known to aggravate symptoms. Biofeedback treatments may also be a help for some patients.

Drug treatments can help, but the drugs used may have various side effects. Some of the drug treatments currently being used for Raynaud’s include:
•Calcium channel blockers such as nifedipine (brand names Adalat, Nifedical, and Procardia)
•Angiotensin II inhibitors i.e., candesartan (Atacand), irbesartan (Avapro), losartan (Cozaar), and valsartan (Diovan).
•The antidepressant fluoxetine (Prozac)
•The vasodilator sildenafil (Viagra)

Betty asks…

Anyone with Lupus?

I am wondering about those who have Lupus what your symptoms are?

Helen answers:

I gave the following answer to a similar question some time ago. I copy it here in the hope that it will assist you.
The idea that lupus is generally a fatal disease is one of the gravest misconceptions about this illness. In fact, the prognosis of lupus is much better today than ever before. It is true that medical science has not yet developed a method for curing lupus and some people do die from the disease. However, people with non-organ threatening disease can look forward to a normal lifespan if they follow the instructions of their physician, take their medication(s) as prescribed, and know when to seek help for unexpected side effects of a medication or a new manifestation of their lupus. Although some people with lupus have severe recurrent attacks and are frequently hospitalized, most people with lupus rarely require hospitalization. There are many lupus patients who never have to be hospitalized, especially if they are careful and follow their physician’s instructions. New research brings unexpected findings each year. The progress made in treatment and diagnosis during the last decade has been greater than that made over the past 100 years. It is therefore a sensible idea to maintain control of a disease that tomorrow may be curable.
Hope this is informative
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