Vitamin D is often low in those of us who have autoimmune conditions such as Hashi's. Ask your doc what to do about this. I am taking mega-doses as instructed by my doctor, still having trouble maintaining normal vitamin D levels.
The elevated LDL is usual in hypothyroidism. This should be followed closely to see if it comes down as your thyroid levels become more normal. If not, you may need to have medication to lower the LDL and protect you from atherosclerosis.
Ulcerative colitis diagnosed in 2001; symptoms as early as 1992. Currently in 7th year of remission with Remicade.
Inflammatory osteoarthritis; osteonecrosis from steroids
Grave's disease successfully treated with radioactive iodine and now on Levothyroxine.
Type II diabetes induced by steroids.
Meds: Remicade, Colazal, Levothyroxine, Mobic, Metformin
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