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Diagnosing Graves’ Disease: A Complex and Controversial Perspective

Graves’ disease is a complicated and often controversial condition to diagnose. This article explores the complexities of diagnosing Graves’ disease, the overlap with Hashimoto’s disease, and the challenges faced in distinguishing between the two. A blend of professional experience and an understanding of the current state of autoimmune thyroid disease diagnosis are brought together to provide insights into this multifaceted issue.

The Impact of Blood Sugar Spikes on Hashimoto’s

Discover how blood sugar fluctuations play a crucial role in the development and management of Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. Learn about the effects of dysglycemia on cortisol levels, inflammation, and immune responses. Explore the significance of blood sugar control and its influence on Hashimoto’s symptoms and overall thyroid health.

Understanding Hashimoto’s Flare-Ups: A Comprehensive Overview

Understanding Hashimoto’s flare-ups is key to managing this complex autoimmune condition. Discover the triggers, symptoms, and strategies for effective management in our comprehensive guide.

COVID-19 and Autoimmunity: A Trigger We Can’t Ignore

Dr. Rutherford, an experienced practitioner in autoimmune diseases, has observed a trend of COVID-19 acting as a trigger for autoimmune responses. His patients reported worsened or new autoimmune symptoms after contracting COVID-19. This article delves into his experiences, the historical links between viruses and autoimmunity, and the emerging recognition in the medical community of COVID-19 as a potential autoimmune trigger.

Is It Hashimoto’s or Menopause?

As women go through various hormonal changes throughout their lives it can be challenging to differentiate between different conditions that share similar symptoms.

Hashimoto’s and menopause are two such conditions that often get confused with each other.

Managing a Thyroid Dump

Thyroid dump, I’m taking that the person that asked this question means I get an exacerbation. All of a sudden I got thyroid hormones running into my body

Can a Concussion Cause Hashimoto’s?

If you are interested in scheduling a consultation with Dr. Rutherford please visit http://PowerHealthConsult.com or call us at 775-329-4402. So today’s topic is can a concussion cause Hashimoto’s? So the answer to that is it can trigger Hashimoto’s. So Hashimoto’s is an autoimmune disease. People who are looking at this probably already know what Hashimoto’s […]

Hashimoto’s and Exercise Intolerance

People with Hashimoto’s often experience symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, and sensitivity to cold. They may also have difficulty losing weight, even with regular exercise and a healthy diet. This is because the thyroid gland plays a crucial role in regulating metabolism, and when it is not functioning properly, it can lead to a slowdown in the body’s ability to burn calories.

Hashimoto’s with No Thyroid?

Can you have Hashimoto’s if you do not have a thyroid? Today Dr Rutherford discusses this topic.

Is There a Medication for Hashimoto’s?

The question is medication for Hashimoto’s. There’s no medication specifically for Hashimoto’s. There are medications in and around Hashimoto’s, so I’ll go with that.