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Why is this thread in the supplements section now? It’s not a supplement type thread.

I would assume other moderator got tired of us discussing supplements and so we are here. Where did you start it? If you started it in anything dick related, they might have to beat you with a ball peen hammer.


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I started it in love life and fantasy’s. I just wanted to get some ‘life’ knowledge from people who were on or knew about anti depressants. A little more knowledge wouldn’t hurt if you wanted to move it back.

Wow, I just got around to reading your links twatteaser. I must say I think the thyroid could be my problem. What should I do, other than the obvious of going to a doctor? And how would this fit in with my anti depressant medication.

Oh and I’m sure a side effect of this medication I’m on is making it harder to orgasm and since I’m not having sex, there is no positive side to that!

Thyroid issues actually sound quite serious. Ugh I’m just confused. I think I’m someone that could look at a list of symptoms of virtually anything and relate half of them to myself. I really don’t know what to think.

Okay so I’ve done more research on both possible thyroid conditions. The initial symptoms were for overactive/under active thyroid issues which made me think I might have a thyroid issue.

But looking at the individual symptoms of each condition. Since they conflict, in that I have symptoms from both conditions and I have the opposite problem(s) for some symptoms.

It’s hard to explain. Just okay so if your metabolism is to high which mine is it could be a sign of Hyperthyroidism (overactive). Okay but further symptoms of hyperthyroidism is diarrhoea or going to the toilet more than is normal. I’m the opposite of that which would put me under Hypothyroidism for constipation. But a symptom of hypothyroidism is abnormal weight gain which I’ve already said I had the opposite problem being not able to put on weight.

There’s no way I could have both an over active and under active thyroid (I think!). I guess any symptom I have is just a co-incidence. I mean there’s a possibility things could be related to another condition/disease/illness. But I don’t want to be a hypochondriac looking at things and thinking I might have them!

It’s likely I just have a ‘normal’ depression. I don’t know how to go about fixing it. If it wasn’t for having to sleep so long and having no energy I wouldn’t even care about anything else. I just want to fix that first and foremost. Well that was stupid, I mean I want all aspects about it completely gone with a magic fix.

Originally Posted by Audacia
Thyroid issues actually sound quite serious. Ugh I’m just confused. I think I’m someone that could look at a list of symptoms of virtually anything and relate half of them to myself. I really don’t know what to think.

Blood test will usually pick up any thyroid conditions, by measuring TSH. I doubt very much you have a thyroid condition. I think you’re over-concerned about the SSRI. I wouldn’t sweat it. Give it a good go for at least 4-6 weeks or a bit longer. If it works, then fine. If not, you can get off it.


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One shouldn’t accept only TSH measurements. Figuratively speaking, that tells you that the gas meter says there’s gas in the tank. Not necessarily that there is gas int the tank, or if the gas pump is working, or the spark plugs are there…

You want to have TSH, T4 and T3 done, might as well have cortisol and TPO-K (antibody for breakdown of thyroid) measured as well. Others will argue you need even more specific stuff tested, that may be true.


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Originally Posted by bohm
Blood test will usually pick up any thyroid conditions, by measuring TSH. I doubt very much you have a thyroid condition. I think you’re over-concerned about the SSRI. I wouldn’t sweat it. Give it a good go for at least 4-6 weeks or a bit longer. If it works, then fine. If not, you can get off it.

I agree, that’s good advise.

Originally Posted by mgus
One shouldn’t accept only TSH measurements. Figuratively speaking, that tells you that the gas meter says there’s gas in the tank. Not necessarily that there is gas int the tank, or if the gas pump is working, or the spark plugs are there..

You want to have TSH, T4 and T3 done, might as well have cortisol and TPO-K (antibody for breakdown of thyroid) measured as well. Others will argue you need even more specific stuff tested, that may be true.

I don’t know what TSH, T4 etc means exactly. But I assume they are things that need to be tested for to see if there’s a thyroid problem. Like bohm said I doubt I have that problem and it would be overly cautious to get all of the tests done for that.

I do need to ask the doctor what the blood test checked for though. The hormone issue was brought up on this thread as well but I assume everything is okay there since my sex drive is fine.

The rapidity with which the Witch Doctor community treat’s all things “depression” as a medication deficiency is frightening.

Thyroid issues can be serious. But even if they are, at least you know what you are dealing with. Most thyroid issues are treatable. But only if you are treating the thyroid and not attempting to spray a few coats of primer over the side effect of depression.

Originally Posted by Audacia
There’s no way I could have both an over active and under active thyroid (I think!)

I have had a few friends with exactly that. It was as if their thyroids were bipolar. Nothing wrong with the ability of their thyroids to do the job. But something was seriously out of whack in the regulation of the thyroid. If that is what is going on with you at least it means that your thyroid can function. Some with hypothyroidism find that their thyroids are fried and no longer work. Even that is easily treatable with thyroid pills.

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