Category Archives: Hashimotos Thyroid Disease

Iron Deficiency Anemia and Hashimoto’s- Understanding your Iron Labs

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 […]

Thyroid Removal? When You Need To Be Concerned About Thyroid Nodules

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 […]

Histamine Intolerance: Understanding Histamine and How It Makes You Sick

Histamine Intolerance: Could This Be Another Reason Why You Are Sick?  Histamine intolerance is often accompanied by unexplained symptoms such as an itchy tongue and runny nose while eating certain foods such as banana, avocado, or eggplant.  Sometimes patients experience a flushed face when drinking red wine, unpredictable menstrual cycles, or unusual headaches & anxiety. […]

10 Steps For Improving Your Chances of Fertility When You Have Low Thyroid or Hypothyroidism,

10 Steps Towards Optimizing Your Chances for Fertility When You Have Low Thyroid or Hypothyroidism Woman with thyroid problems often suffer female hormone imbalances. These Female hormone imbalances are often at the root of a miscarriage. Dr Hagmeyer’s offer these 10 tips to help improve your chances of a successful pregnancy. 1. Get Your Thyroid […]

Understanding Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Ranges or TSH. Dr Hagmeyer Video Series

As of February 2017, at most laboratories in the U.S., the official “normal” reference range for the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) blood test runs from approximately .5 to 4.5/5.0. Reference range is a critical component, and the validity of the entire TSH test as diagnostic tool depends on it. TSH reference range is what determines […]