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by Mary J. Shomon
Author: Mary J. Shomon
Publisher: WmMorrowPB; 1st edition (March 2000)
Category: Proper Nutrition and Fitness
Subcategory: Diseases and Physical Ailments
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In Living Well with Hypothyroidism, Mary Shomon outlines the most common of these-too little thyroid hormones in the body. Shomon knows of what she speaks: she's a health writer and thyroid patient herself. Weight gain, depression, fatigue, and what patients call "brain fog, Brillo hair, and prune skin" result. Because the symptoms of hypothyroidism mimic so many other conditions-chronic fatigue, PMS, clinical depression-it can be very tricky to diagnose, especially since patients with HMOs may not get the thorough testing they need. Shomon knows of what she speaks: she's a health writer and thyroid patient herself
In Living Well with Hypothyroidism, Mary Shomon outlines the most common of these-too little thyroid. That You Need to Know.
In Living Well with Hypothyroidism, Mary Shomon outlines the most common of these-too little thyroid.
If you’re living with hypothyroidism and you’ve been misdiagnosed .
If you’re living with hypothyroidism and you’ve been misdiagnosed, that’s not living well. Countless numbers of you are living unknowingly with hypothyroidism after treatments that your doctors already know can cause hypothyroidism. Some doctors actually forget to tell you that after you’ve had all or part of your thyroid removed due to Graves’ disease, hyperthyroidism, nodules, or cancer, you will almost certainly need thyroid hormone replacement. Once you are diagnosed with hypothyroidism, many of you- perhaps even a majority-do not feel well on the standard therapy.
Is hypothyroidism your problem?
For millions of Americans, fatigue, weight gain, hair loss, depression, and other symptoms often go undiagnosed and untreated. Endured by weary patients and ignored by doctors, common warning signs of hypothyroidism are often attributed to depression, stress, age, or simply dismissed as "all in the patient's head." Even diagnosed, hypothyroidism is frequently treated improperly, preventing countless numbers of people from feeling and living well.
This book, exhaustively researched by a professional writer and hypothyroidism patient, is written for patients, their families, their doctors, and the countless number of people with undiagnosed or undertreated symptoms of the disease---frustrated, as the author was, by the lack of information on the subject.
Living Well With Hypothyroidism includes dozens of compelling, first-person accounts from people who have learned to triumph over the disease and thoroughly answers such questions as:
What is hypothyroidism?What are the warning signs, symptoms and risk factors? Why is getting diagnosed often a challenge and how can you overcome that obstacle? What treatments are available (including those your doctor hasn't told you about)? Why is the most frequently prescribed treatment often insufficient? What are the options and benefits of alternative therapies? What effects does hypothyroidism have on infertility and pregnancy? How do you recognize hypothyroidism in infants and children? What is the outlook for future treatment of hypothyroidism? And Much More!