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SONG-OF-DEBORAH Posts: 220
7/7/13 1:36 A

Hypothyroid being more common is what I expected to find. That's why I was surprised when I found that "Health News" mostly referred to the other. Thank you for pointing out where I may obtain more information.

BUNNYKICKS Posts: 2,359
7/6/13 10:00 P

Type "hypothyroid" into the search box above, and you'll find a wealth of helpful information!

Go to the Teams section (from the drop-down list under "Community") and search "hypothyroid" there... you'll find 2 or 3 "Hypothyroid" teams there.

Most info around this site will be for "hypo" (underactive), as this is by far the more common of the two conditions, and the one that tends to result in weight gain/difficulty losing (until you get it treated and under control, that is... ).

You'll find there's quite a few "hypo" people around these boards - me included! emoticon

Goal 1 - break 200 (46 pounds lost)**DONE**
Goal 2 - leave obesity behind (BMI 29.9, at 185#) **DONE**
Goal 3 - BMI = Normal (154# or less)
SONG-OF-DEBORAH Posts: 220
7/6/13 9:51 P

This section appears to concern only Hyperthroidism ve hypothyroidism. Where do I find information about 'Hypo"throid?

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