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Insufficiently active:‘a health problem such as an underactive thyroid’
- ‘The test showed that Stanton had an underactive thyroid, probably triggered by pregnancy.’
- ‘There are a number of symptoms associated with an under active thyroid.’
- ‘There are plenty of natural treatments for an underactive thyroid.’
- ‘Hashimoto's is actually the disease that causes underactive thyroid.’
- ‘Nevertheless, for women suffering from hypothyroidism (i.e., underactive thyroid), this would be about five to seven servings too many.’
- ‘If you believe you have an underactive thyroid, the next step is to see a doctor.’
- ‘The symptoms you describe are typical of an underactive thyroid gland.’
- ‘Blood tests are often prescribed to detect an underactive thyroid.’
- ‘Under active thyroid is easily diagnosed by your family doctor by means of a simple blood test.’
- ‘An underactive thyroid can be the result of an auto-immune problem, whereby the body's own antibodies attack the thyroid gland.’
- ‘From their symptoms, its clear that their thyroid is underactive.’
- ‘An underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism) can be treated with thyroid hormone (thyroxine).’
- ‘What happens is that the thyroid gland becomes under active.’
- ‘Therefore, if you suspect you have an underactive thyroid, consult a medical professional, preferably a holistic GP.’
- ‘A blood test can tell if your thyroid gland is underactive.’
- ‘Women, especially those older than 40, are more likely to have an underactive thyroid than men are.’
- ‘This is largely caused by underactive enzyme systems in the stratum corneum associated with the lack of hydration.’
- ‘Americans may tend to be overweight and underactive, but gyms are still big business.’
- ‘Not all high cholesterol is caused by an underactive thyroid gland.’
- ‘You are right that many of your symptoms are consistent with an underactive thyroid.’
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