What are the main causes of high reverse T3, and how do you even fix it? Well, before we start there it helps to ask: How much do you know about your reverse T3 in general(click here to read more about thyroid testing)?
I have answered this to many patients and trained my doctors in good detail on it, but I’ve never written about it in great detail.
In fact, it was on my list of topics to cover in the coming year – and then I received the following question:
I wanted to say “thank you” … you are one of the few internet health educators that I am happy to accept as a valid source of well-constructed advice modules and thoughtful coverage of topics!
I seem to keep missing any thorough advice (when trawling the internet or doing those long 9 episode presentations by various presenters) on reverse T3.
Its causes, its implications, and its required actions. We need to address a reading that is double the upper end of the accepted reference range here in Australia.
Any suggestion or advice would be gratefully received for my 23-year-old daughter who has had CFS for 10 years now. She is semi-functional, but, still, dreadful!