Hi Dr Hagmeyer here and Iron deficiency anemia is one of the most common minerals deficiencies seen in people with low thyroid and hashimotos– especially woman. In today’s video, I’ll discuss why iron deficiency anemia Is so important to people who suffer with thyroid disease and Hashimoto’s I’ll talk about how iron deficiency anemia influences mental […]
So you have been having low thyroid symptoms and the visit to your doctor ended up where your doctor determined that you have thyroid nodules, if you are like most people that news was probably pretty scary. Thoughts of cancer or having to have your thyroid removed may have raced through your mind. The good […]
Hives and Hypothyroidism What’s the Connection? Hey Guys Dr Hagmeyer here and earlier this week I had a consult with a new patient who has chronic hives and as I was going through this patients records- There were a few things that really stood out to me related to potential root causes of the chronic […]
Hey everybody Dr Hagmeyer here and today I want to talk about 7 ways Birth control pills cause depression and anxiety. Some of The latest studies show 40 million American suffer with anxiety and 18 million Americans suffer with depression. To give meaning to those numbers- ….NYC (as of 2018) has a population of 8, […]
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, or PCOS as we know it, can be quite complicated to diagnose. We know that and we’ve already discussed why in my previous article. But did you know that the lack of diagnostic criteria has led doctors to mistake it for a thyroid condition? And frankly, that’s not uncalled for because the […]
In the past few articles, we’ve discussed PCOS or polycystic ovarian syndrome quite at length. So by now you know that PCOS is an endocrine disorder and is fairly common among women of childbearing age. But even when we know the statistics and symptoms, many people remain confused about how to tackle it.
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, commonly known as PCOS, is an enervating endocrine disorder that affects about 21 percent of women in their reproductive years. If left untreated, it can result in a score of reproductive complications such as ovulation dysfunction. In fact, PCOS is the leading cause of infertility in the United States, affecting about 80 […]
Many patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome are either overweight or obese. In fact, studies show that up to 85 percent of overweight or obese women present the likelihood of developing PCOS at some point in their life.