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Thyroid hormones are essential for your body’s ability to produce energy.

Without adequate thyroid hormones, the body produces messengers which down regulate energy production in order to save thyroid hormone.

One of these energy-reducing messengers is histamine, another is serotonin.

Both of these are irritants which can cause many symptoms including skin itching.

When people develop chronic, itchy hives on the skin and the cause is unknown it is often diagnosed as chronic idiopathic urticaria.

For many people this condition is related to hypothyroidism – but it’s unclear whether it’s caused by low thyroid hormones or high TSH.

In any case, optimizing thyroid hormones can usually solve the problem.

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This human research was carried out at Endocrinology Unit ASL NA3 in Naples, Italy. The findings were published in the journal Allergy.

Hypothyroidism is the state of low thyroid hormones.

There are a number of causes but the most common is autoimmune thyroiditis.

This includes Hashimotos and Grave’s disease.

This type of hypothyroidism is strongly linked to chronic idiopathic urticaria – itchy hives on the skin of unknown cause.

“The association between chronic idiopathic urticaria and autoimmune thyroiditis is known.”

The researchers carried out a study to see whether there was a relationship between thyroid hormone levels, TSH, and urticaria symptoms.

TSH is a hormone that changes when thyroid hormone levels change.

It’s used as a blood marker for testing thyroid function.

A number of experiments have shown that TSH itself is also inflammatory… 

And it may have some role in causing urticaria because of this.

Urticaria is more common in women – that’s because women often have higher estrogen which is another player in this disease.

The researchers recruited 20 women with urticaria and thyroid problems for their experiment.

In the experiments, the women were given supplemental thyroid until the TSH levels were completely suppressed.

This means that they had adequate thyroid hormones and low levels of TSH which itself may be the cause of the problem.

Supplementing thyroid hormone to suppress TSH fixed 80% of these cases of chronic idiopathic urticaria.

This shows that hypothyroidism is clearly a major cause of the disease.

“In 16/20 patients a strong decrease of urticaria symptoms happened after 12 weeks of thyroid supplementation.”

The researchers are not exactly sure why this happened.

But they suspect that TSH may be causing the inflammation and irritation which results in urticaria.

“We suggest a stimulatory effect of TSH being able to produce considerable changes in the immune response and immune tolerance in patients with thyroiditis causing target organs damage.”

They may well be correct in this. Numerous other studies have shown that TSH is in itself inflammatory…

It’s not just a marker for thyroid hormones.

Read that again, high TSH can cause you harm, regardless of your thyroid hormone levels.

But high TSH is also accompanied by low thyroid hormones most of the time.

And when thyroid hormones become low the body releases more stress hormones.

These include histamine, serotonin, and estrogen.

All of these stress hormones can cause irritation and itching of the skin…

So there are multiple possible factors which may lead to hypothyroidism causing urticaria.

In any case you should be fully checked out for thyroid hormones T4 and T3 as well as TSH and reverse T3.

All of those should be corrected with lifestyle changes or appropriate thyroid hormone supplementation until they are in the optimal range

Not just the normal range.

Many people suffer with symptoms of thyroid disease even when their hormones are just within the normal range.

You want T3 and T4 in the upper part of the normal range and TSH in the lower part of the normal range.

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Improvement of chronic idiopathic urticaria with L-thyroxine: a new TSH role in immune response?