Goiter is a symptom of iodine deficiency. Check with your doctor to make sure you have sufficient Iodine in your body.
It's possible for others, but I eat a lot of seafood, so the iodine deficiency is not very possible.
The old doctor didn't test the antibodies 15 years ago, just TSH/T3/T4, that's what "normal' means at that time
15 Ys later after the huge goiter developed. Another doctor found the antibodies and the slightly high TSH and firstly dignoased, I took the Levo, and the goiter was shrunk.
Also goiter could be a sign of significant inflammation with high antibodies?
Post Edited (Oldbuddy) : 5/15/2017 10:36:30 PM (GMT-6)