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2007-08-02
Name: Editor Have you ever experienced any of the symptoms associated with hyperthyroidism? What treatment would you be most comfortable with?
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2007-08-06
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Name: varun
Subject:  Iodine
Isn' t Iodine defeciency connected with hypothyroidism? I believe this was one of the reasons behind the popularity of iodized salt? Does anyone know more about this?
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2007-08-09
#2
Name: Shashank
Subject:  Ban on un-iodised salt
The ban on iodised salt was completely motivated by commercial vested interests. Iodised branded salt (costing substantially more) would not have been able to compete with the courser version sold traditionally. The powerful lobby comprising the big companies that had ventured into iodised table salt got the government to impose the ban on the ludicrous assertion of preventing iodine defeciency.

While iodine deficiency may be contributing to hyperthyroidism and other medical problems, the fact is that the number of people with this defeciency was too insignificant to warrant sush a ban.
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2007-08-08
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Name: Dilip
Subject:  Iodine
Hey, isnt this iodine issue why the govenrment found it necessary to pass an law forbidding the sale of normal salt in favour of the branded Iodised salt? But i heard reports that said medically this holds no water. Any clues on this?
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2007-08-07
#4
Name: Dilbur
Subject:  Iodine
Iodine deficiency causes goitre which is one of the symptoms of thyroid gland disfunctioning.
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2007-08-03
#5
Name: tanya
Subject:  i have this condition
nice to hear that u guys have a msg board on this topic...i used to get my TSH cheked almost every year when i' d get my physical done here in the US. i' ve telling Dr.s that i' m always tired, having hair loss, cannot sleep...and since the past one year all these symptoms have gone from bad to worse. finally i was really stressed abt an exam plus got a cold this June...i went to the ER cos of exhaustion and finally my regular Dr. cheked my TSH and told me i had Graves disease. I lost a lot of weight and also would sweat when i was sleeping at night. my speialist prescribed me pills and i noticed a difference within a month. this happens to women in their 30s & 40s and i cannot get pregnant until 1 year...thats how kong i' ve been prescribed medication for.
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2007-08-03
#6
Name: madhu
Subject:  informative
I often knew about people who suffered from ' thyroid' problems, my own cousin for one. But I didn' t know anything about it.
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