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Diana, I am so sorry for your difficulties. Research shows a close connection between thyroid function and thiamine (vitamin B1) levels. The two are integrally connected at the mitochondrial level. If either is disrupted, the other is also disrupted. Low T3 affects myelination – white matter both in the body/nerves and in the brain. Dysfunctioning mitochondria impair thyroid functioning and myelination and so it becomes a cycle that is difficult to stop unless both are treated. We have several papers on this blog on both thiamine deficiency, thyroid disease and the combination (as well as on thiamine deficiency and the factors that contribute to it). I would read and print and/or forward those to your physicians. Each of the links within our blog posts are to published, peer-reviewed articles. You might consider printing/forwarding those articles as well.

Please HELP!! My 9 year old son has always snored. It drives me nuts when he sleeps because he takes small shallow breaths then gasps for air. I took him to an ENT doctor and immediately says to remove his tonsils and adnoids. This is a MAJOR surgery and it scares me to death. Aren’t there any other solutions besides surgery?? I’ve been trying to research this to come up with the best solution. Why is it that the medical field always jumps to surgery? What I’ve read says that tonsils have their reason for being there. Keep infection out! So why remove them? My son has not been sick with earaches nor sore throats, just snoring and breathing irregular during his sleep. Should we consider surgery or will he outgrow this like I have read? I’m going to try the no milk method or course first. He loves milk but I am willing to do anything first. My grandmother once told me when I first started having children, “Just remember, Doctors are only PRACTICING medicine.” I don’t want to be a neglectful parent and harm my child of course, but I DON’T want to just follow like sheep and do what the medical field ALWAYS recommends.

I’m currently 21. (male) For the last 10 years or so I’ve had periodic fevers. When it started back in 7th grade it would be once every few months, later on in high school it picked up to every couple months and now it’s once a month at least. They almost always last for one day only and after sleeping, (or if it’s two days, same thing but the second night) I’m fine. I’ll sometimes have a soar throat and sinus pressure, but not always. They’re not contagious and not a flu/common cold. I’ve talked to my doctor and Mom, (an RN) and neither of them could figure out what it was. This is getting worse and I’m scared it could be something really wrong with me. I used to not worry because they were so infrequent, but now it’s as often as it is I’m worried.

Antibiotic failure in the treatment of streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis
Group A streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis in children and adolescents: Clinical features and diagnosis
Complications of streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis
Evaluation of acute pharyngitis in adults
Evaluation of sore throat in children
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Antibiotic failure in the treatment of streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis
Group A streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis in children and adolescents: Clinical features and diagnosis
Complications of streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis
Evaluation of acute pharyngitis in adults
Evaluation of sore throat in children
Periodic fever with aphthous stomatitis, pharyngitis, and adenitis (PFAPA syndrome)
Peritonsillar cellulitis and abscess
Sore throat in children and adolescents: Symptomatic treatment
Tonsillectomy and/or adenoidectomy in children: Indications and contraindications
Treatment and prevention of streptococcal tonsillopharyngitis

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