Denise Roguz | Could Your Unresolved Symptoms Be a Thyroid Condition?

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Denise Roguz | Could Your Unresolved Symptoms Be a Thyroid Condition?

January 25, 2021

Denise Roguz | Could Your Unresolved Symptoms Be a Thyroid Condition?

It’s Thyroid Awareness Month. Whether you  know you have a thyroid condition or have symptoms you can’t seem to find the right answers to resolve them, this episode is for you.

Denise Roguz is the co-founder, owner, and operator of ThyroidChange.  It is a collaborative network, health information website, and social media campaign. It unites an international community of medical professionals and patients under the same innovative vision: patients need personalized thyroid care for optimal wellness.

Her passion stemming from her own 17 years journey to get diagnosed and treated for her condition shines through in this episode which promises to open your eyes, educate you, and empower you on your journey.

“TSH is not the only test. It’s one piece of the puzzle of maybe how or why your thyroid is working, but it’s not the only one. So the question is, how do I know how my doctor is interpreting the labs?” – Denise Roguz

In this episode we cover:

  • Why thyroid conditions are hard to diagnose
  • What tests your doctor should order – it’s more than TSH
  • Types of thyroid conditions
  • What to expect once you are diagnosed

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