• admin

      September 21, 2014 | Reply

      Hi Ivett,

      Hyperplasia is not in my real of expertise but hypothyroidism can affect much of our reproductive system and fertility.

  1. Wilma

    September 13, 2014 | Reply

    Thank You for this wonderful & honest article. I all most deleted it when something told me to read this…I have since then sent it on to all my family members who have thyroid conditions…

    I hate doctors they all lie! I want to know more about natural healings. Plz keep me updated with your articles.

    • admin

      September 21, 2014 | Reply


      Make sure you’re on our newsletter list – that’s the best way to stay up to date with our articles. If you’re not on the list already, go to http://www.freethyroidquiz.com and you’ll get on the list. All the best!

  2. Kristin

    September 13, 2014 | Reply

    I found out I had hashimoto’s because I started having panic attacks and terrible anxiety/fear 4 years ago. My mom pointed me in the right direction because autoimmune diseases run in our family. I’ve been working on controlling stress and anxiety with a counselor who teaches mindfulness and he’s been wonderful, I have been able to fix some issues. However, I still can’t handle certain stressful situations, no matter how prepared and organized I am to reduce anxiety. I also still have some panic attacks. Unfortunately I’m a very negative thinker as well. I truly feel, along with diet and genetics, that stress is the main reason my system is “broken”and it keeps me from being able to handle even the slightest stressful situation.

  3. susie

    September 26, 2014 | Reply

    Need to know if hashimoto’s thyroiditis can be underlying cause of psychiatric disorders. My dtr had postpartum psychosis 5 months after 2nd child born. After weeks of testing found to have hashimoto’s thyroiditis, did better over the summer for about 6 months, but had another episode of anxiety and extreme mood swing and now Dr. saying new onset of bipolar at age 33 with no previous psych hx. Her Tsh was elevated to 5.1 and Dr said normal, but that is higher than the lab value is supposed to be. Just don’t know where to turn.
    Any thoughts or advise

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