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Thyroid Disorders

Thyroid disorders can range from a small, harmless goiter that needs no treatment to life-threatening cancer.

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The thyroid gland helps to control our metabolism. It sits at the base of our neck and produces the thyroid hormones thyroxine. The main forms or thyroxine are known as T4 and T3.

Thyroid hormones are necessary for the cells in our body to work correctly. Our body needs just the right amount of thyroxine in every cell of our body, every second of every day. Sometimes things go wrong and the thyroid gland starts to become overactive (working too fast) or most commonly underactive (working too slowly). This can be caused by an autoimmune disease or it can be unrelated to the immune system.

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Thyroid Testing & Nutrition Advice

An underactive thyroid can lead to weight gain, tiredness, dry skin, feelings of being cold, constipation, depression, hormone imbalance and memory problems.

At Meyer Clinic, our 360º approach to health and wellbeing can help support patients living with thyroid disorders. Through hormone testing and nutrition advice, our team of experts can help patients find balance which can work in tandem with regular thyroid medication.

Grave’s Disease and Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis are both autoimmune thyroid conditions. Nutritional Therapy may help unlock any food triggers that could be affecting your symptoms.

Meyer Clinic can offer detailed thyroid testing to include TSH, T4, Free T4 Free T3, and TPO and TG antibodies and Reverse T3.

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