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We reconsidered! A couple months ago, late February to be exact, The National Academy of Hypothyroidism announced that we would be closing the forums. Well, March came and went and the forums still stood. We are nearing the end of April and have decided that we were wrong. We will not be closing the forums after all! Some of you are probably breathing sighs of relief and maybe others are a little perturbed at our indecisiveness (we apologize), but we’re sure all of you are wondering, “What made them change their mind?”

One of our big reasons for closing the forums because we felt it would be slightly redundant with the launching of our Facebook page. However, a few of you consistent forum writers pointed out to us that, although it is a big site, not everyone enjoys or even has a Facebook page. We understand and respect your wishes not to join a site in order to share your knowledge and questions with us. Although the forums aren’t closing, if you do have a Facebook, we suggest you take a look at our page and all of the information we share. Also, feel free to let us know what other information you’d like to see on the page, as well as here.

Don’t worry, the forums remaining open doesn’t mean that we won’t be adding new features like we originally discussed!

About the Author

Naomi Parker

Patient Advocate

Naomi Parker is a patient advocate that is enthralled by the medical field. Hypothyroidism became a topic of interest over the last few years while she worked amongst alternative medicine doctors as a front office assistant. She believes that information is key and strives to become better informed so as to help others achieve success and wellness.

Naomi has written various articles concerning hypothyroidism including information on diagnostics and treatment. She enjoys learning alongside others and passing on vital information regarding this condition. Naomi is actively monitoring and writing for the National Academy of Hypothyroidism both on the site and social media.

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5 years ago

Good. I hate Facebook. It is impossible to have a decent discussion, let alone find older posts.

Kim Baughman
Kim Baughman
3 years ago

I am looking for an endocrinologist in the mid-west(Kansas City/Wichita) that will look beyond the TSH.
Our gynecologist agreed to run lots of thyroid tests indicating Hashimotos, but didn’t know how to help.
Got my 17 year old daughter to functional doctor, but this to has been sub-par as our DO seems to know
more about interpreting the results of pituitary testing.

1 year ago

Hi, Can anyone please assist? My dad is in ICU and I’m driving to him. I’m desperately looking for an article that I saw posted here that focused on the increased need for higher thyroid meds for critical patients. It referenced a higher morbidity for patients that only got the regular dose. Can any one share if they’ve seen it? I saw it a while back. I believe it was a study.

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