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  • Título Original: Rants and Raves of a Hypothyroid Patient
  • Autor del libro: James M. Lowrance
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  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:2010-02-21
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Rants and Raves of a Hypothyroid Patient por James M. Lowrance Libro PDF, EPUB

As a Thyroid Patient Advocate, I contribute to the best of my ability; in inspiring my fellow patients to learn more about their disease and to become better advocates for their own medical care. It has been an observed fact, documented by medical advocacy and research groups, that those patients who practice self-advocacy, experience better treatment outcomes and learn ho As a Thyroid Patient Advocate, I contribute to the best of my ability; in inspiring my fellow patients to learn more about their disease and to become better advocates for their own medical care. It has been an observed fact, documented by medical advocacy and research groups, that those patients who practice self-advocacy, experience better treatment outcomes and learn how to better partner with their doctors in their ongoing care. As a hypothyroid patient myself, I have experienced many of the same struggles my fellow patients go through. This includes symptom struggles that can flare at times despite being well-treated for my hypothyroidism and having disappointing experiences with less-specialized doctors, before finding one that provided me adequate and optimal treatment. In the chapters of this book, I share some of the more helpful knowledge I gained as a newly diagnosed thyroid patient, beginning in year-2003, to the present. I also express a few opinions and take a look at some of the controversies that have continued, between medical professionals and patient advocates, in regard to symptoms, diagnosis and treatments for hypothyroidism. Along the way, you'll find that I added a few "rants and raves" in regard to these issues but hopefully, nothing that might be perceived as disrespectful or offensive to either side of the debates. It is my hope that the readers of this book will find inspiration, encouragement and knowledge, in helping them to become self-advocates and possibly even to join myself and others in the growing number of Thyroid Patient Advocates who help to inspire and encourage others being treated for hypothyroidism. CHAPTER ONE: Those Crazy Thyroid Antibodies: (When the Immune System Goes Haywire!) CHAPTER TWO: What it Feels like to be Hypothyroid: (Sunk in a Pit or Run Over by a Truck) CHAPTER THREE: Finding a Good Thyroid Doctor: (Physicians who Diagnose & Treat Hypothyroidism) CHAPTER FOUR: Thyroid Hormone Brand Controversies: (Which Hypothyroid Therapy is Best?) CHAPTER FIVE: The TSH Blood Test Debate: (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone Controversies) CHAPTER SIX: Anxiety Symptoms with Autoimmune Hypothyroidism: (Anxious and Nervous Hypothyroid Patients) CHAPTER SEVEN: Unrealistic Expectations from Hypothyroid Therapy: (Imperfections of Thyroid Hormone Replacement) CHAPTER EIGHT: The Pituitary and Thyroid Gland Balancing Act: (Things that can Change Hormone Levels in the Body) CHAPTER NINE: Vitamin Deficiency Neuropathies in Thyroid Patients: (Peripheral Nerve Damage and Low Nutrients) CHAPTER TEN: Review for: "The Thyroid Diet" - by Mary Shomon: (Weight Loss Plans for Treated Hypothyroid Patients) CHAPTER ELEVEN: Thyroid Patient Self-Advocacy is Essential: (Being a Proactive Hypothyroid Patient) CHAPTER TWELVE: Respectful Thyroid Patient Advocacy: (Representing Fellow Hypothyroid Sufferers)