Millions of people suffer from symptoms like depression, fatigue, headaches, weight gain, intestinal problems, and “brain fog” or memory problems. You may have gone to a doctor for lab work and heard that your labs are “normal”, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have low thyroid. Dr. Josh Redd from RedRiver Health and Wellness discusses five things that won’t show up in your lab results but can still cause low thyroid, such as a hormonal imbalance, insulin resistance, or the autoimmune disease Hashimoto’s.