What are the symptoms of RT3 problems
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The main symptom of RT3 issues is that of hypothyroidism that won't respond to treatment. If this sounds a bit like Chronic Fatigue Symptom then that's not unduely surprising.

Unless you have a very clued up Doctor this disgnosis will probably get missed. It can by picked up by blood tests, but only if they do the right ones and then interpret the results correctly. 

It;s interesting that two "modern diseases", Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and Fibromyalgia only started being diagnosed in the 1970s. This was the time that the Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) test came to be accepted as the "gold standard" for thyroid diagnosis. This so called "Gold Standard" is really a "tarnished brass standard" as it has hed to generations of people that could have been helped being written off as "normal" without treatable conditions being diagnosed and treated. (updated 10/10)