Does anyone have a recommendation for Endo specializing in Grave's Disease? My sister was recently diagnosed with GD and her TSH was very low, I think .001. I don't think her endo doctor knows what he's doing as he didn't test for vitamin D and acted like it has nothing to do with vitamin D. Still, from what I've gathered, all people with GD initially had low vitamin D level. I suggested my sister to start taking vitamin D along with calcium and magnesium. Fish oil too. Hopefully, she'd do it.
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