Hashis and blood transfusions?

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Hello, has anyone ever looked into a connection between hashis and blood transfusions?

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Karen 3 years 24 Answers 369 views 0

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  1. Can u elaborate more on what u mean?

  2. I had a big transfusion ….. and wondered if that led to my hashis…. if the foreign presence of someone else’s blood in my body made my immune system go crazy…

  3. I can’t answer that question but I can confirm that a blood transfusion did not contribute towards my hashis as I have never had a transfusion. Does anyone else in ur family have thyroid disease or hashis?

  4. ive never had a transfusion ..but i have hashi

  5. I’ve never had a transfusion so it’s not the cause of mine.

  6. Yes, if the blood has dormant Epstein Barr Virus

  7. I had a blood transfusion after a uterine rupture with my daughter – I was diagnosed with hashi’s when she was 4 months old.

  8. Hashis came 18 years before my first transfusion

  9. Diagnosed when I was 8 and have never had a blood transfusion. I am not aware of that being one of the proposed triggers.

  10. I have never had a transfusion just a family history.

  11. I’ve never had a transfusion. \nBut all the females in my family have thyroid disease.

  12. I have wondered that myself as I had (ITP) idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura when I was 21 which required large platelet transfusions and I was diagnosed with Epstein Barr after that, I never had mono. I started noticing my weight issues starting around that time but wasn’t diagnosed with Hashimoto’s until just a few years ago. Interesting thought about a foreign blood source causing the reaction with the immune system

  13. No blood transfusion

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  15. I think there’s some truth to it in the sense that a big stressful experience, especially a life threatening one, could send your immune system into over drive, allowing any predispositions to evolve into an actual condition. \nA traumatic experience for me occurred shortly before I became symptomatic, but there was no blood transfusion involved.

  16. I have cadaver bone in my spine in two places, I’ve had several blood transfusions. The medical field will just say anything if they can’t figure it out. TRUTH…

  17. You can always write and ask them (ADS in the states) and ask if autoabs. are transfused or if a weakened immune system is more susceptible to autoabs.

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  19. AI diseases are not communicable.

  20. Practically every woman in my family has it and to my knowledge no one has ever had a blood transfusion.

  21. I had two after my hashi diagnosis

  22. Audra.. aides is an auto immune disease… and its communicable…. they told us in the 80s that you couldn’t get it from a transfusion… and then corrected themselves.

  23. Maybe if there was a virus present, like Epstein Barr. Hashimotos is hereditary, but it needs a trigger. Virus, or bacteria, severe stress, abrupt hormone changes that come from giving birth etc

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