Thyroid Hormones & Treatment

Paul is an active advocate for thyroid patients through his regular blog posts, which offer a wealth of information that both relate to his books as well as current news and insights.

Posts on thyroid hormones and how they function within the body will be in this category. As will the relationship to other hormones like cortisol. This category will cover the proper testing and treatment of thyroid hormones using all the thyroid treatments.

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Paul Robinson’s Observations on Thyroid Treatment Issues

I thought I would share my observations on the different categories of treatment issues that I have seen over the ...

Paul Robinson’s Recovering from Hypothyroidism Series of Books are Now Out on Kindle (E-Books)

All my books are now available on Kindle (an E-Book which can be purchased from Amazon). The books form the ...

Using the Percentile of the Reference Range for Thyroid Hormone Blood Test Results Can Often Be Revealing

This is a very simple blog post about thyroid blood test results that I was prompted to write as a ...

A Small Number of Thyroid Patients Cannot Cope with Any Amount of Levothyroxine (T4 medication) in Their System

This blog came out of a conversation with a thyroid patient who was still having some issues when on mostly ...

Autoimmune Protocols (AIPs) for Lowering Autoantibodies – May Not Be Right for Every Thyroid Patient

These days, there is a lot of focus on diet and supplements as a solution to autoimmune thyroid problems. The ...

T3 Thyroid Hormone and Cortisol Relationships Summary

I was asked recently to explain my views on the relationship of the T3 thyroid hormone to Cortisol. This is ...

Pharmaceutical Equivalency of Levothyroxine (T4), Liothyronine (T3) and Natural Desiccated Thyroid (NDT)

I have worked with thousands of thyroid patients over the past fifteen years. In my Recovering with T3 book back ...

Why T3, or Liothyronine, is Usually Taken in Multi-Doses Per Day

This blog post discusses why multi-dosing with T3-Only or T3-Mostly medication is more effective and safer for the majority of ...

Why So Many Thyroid Patients Fail to Recover on Levothyroxine (T4)

This is a great new blog post from Dr Tania S. Smith of Thyroid Patients Canada. The post clearly spells ...

Be Patient and Systematic When Changing Thyroid Medication Dosage

During thyroid treatment when either the medication type or the dosage is being adjusted, it is really important to use ...