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► Health Chat with Dr. Mark Lupo: Thyroid DIsorders: When Your Thyroid Malfunctions -- Wed. 6/3 @ 7:00- 8:00 PM E.S.T......

Thyroid Disorders: When Your Thyroid Malfunctions

    ►   Wednesday Jun 03, 2009, 07:00PM - 08:00PM (EST) Mark Lupo, M.D.

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Come join Dr. Lupo in an hour long chat discussing Thyroid Cancer, Grave's Disease, Hashimoto's, Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, and other thyroid diseases, symptoms, medications and treatments, including thyroid surgery, Radioactive Iodine treatment (RAI), fine needle aspiration (FNA) and thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH).

Mark A. Lupo, M.D. is board-certified in Endocrinology and Internal Medicine and has a subspecialty focus in thyroid and parathyroid disorders. Dr. Lupo is President of the Academy of Clinical Thyroidologists (2008-2009), member of the American Thyroid Association (ATA), American Association of Clinical Endocrinologist (AACE), AACE Nuclear Medicine Task Force, ATA Programming Committee, Endocrine Society, Florida Medical Association, and American Mensa Society. Dr. Lupo serves as the moderator for the patient-oriented Medhelp International Thyroid Disorders forumc

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To start my primary care manager started me with a blood test that came back abnormal with: Neutrophils 66.7, Creatinine 0.62, Glucose Random 115, LDL 108,TSH 0.45 Free T4, SH 0.45. From there on more tests followed as i am overweight always tired and feeling really crappy and in my family there is a history of Hypothyroidism (sorry for the spelling).
Another testing ( MRI and nuclear testing) showed a 1.2 complex cyst within left lobe of the thyroid gland, which my endocrinology Doc( measurements are 1.2x0.5.x1.1 cm) first told me to biopsy it and now changed her mind and said to wait and see, which i am not to fond of is that normal? that is not my only concern!
My other blood results came back with:
TSH 0.44
Free T4 1.06
T3 118
All those tests confuse me and i have a no where else to turn since my insurance doesn't cover a thyroid specialist and the endo Doc doesn't really care, what do i do am i just over reacting or should i proceed? PLEASE Advice!
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I am having problems registering for the chat. Can you tell me why and how to do it.
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