Yes, our goal in Iodine Problems forum is to pick up those small percentage of people who have trouble with iodine. Those who do not have a problem with it, are already good.
I've suggested looking into these other minerals. Sometimes it can be a deficiency of them. Other times, it can be a person has too much of one or more of them. My main statement is to not blame iodine, because likely it is that Iodine is not the problem. This gives fertile minds food for thought. This link about copper below is only about copper but in general the same idea applies to every other essential mineral, or vitamin, either one has too much of it in them, or not enough. Systematic sleuthing skills and you will eventually figure it out, just don't do anything drastic or weird. Be patient, think it through, keep a journal. Together we can figure this stuff out. Tschuss