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... talk to pharmacists for the names of doctors who regularly prescribe these hormones. ... (14 replies)
Synthroid
Mar 8, 2005
... A doctor who is both caring and knowledgable would be ideal, but I guess you mean 'what speciality, right'? ... (3 replies)
... Welcome :) I don't see how they could decide this stuff was irrelevant, Midwest (OK, maybe the more middle of the road doctors I could see doing that) - the articles are about how TSH being below 'range' doesn't contribute to osteoporosis or increase your risk for CVD. If you've got a doc who's willing to prescribe Armour I'm betting it might be easier to influence them;... (15 replies)

... heartedly bought the propaganda that Armour is inferior and risky. ... (7 replies)
... There are wonderful thyroid doctors in almost every speciality, but there are some real duds in any of them too. ... (1 replies)
... e pain during sex totally left. I get so frustrated to hear of anyone not getting the help they need from their doctors. I'm sooooo glad that you found that ND who will listen and help you. I'd LOVE to go to an ND, but we don't seem to have any in my area. ... (38 replies)
... I just returned home from seeing the new endo, supposedly one of the "Top Doctors in NY". HA! I couldn't be more depressed after hearing what this guy had to say. ... (28 replies)
... Another really good way to find a doc who will prescribe it is to visit a pharmacist you know and ask which doctors regularly order it for their patients - then go visit that doctor :) (19 replies)
... Many of us here have had better luck with osteopaths and naturopaths... some type of doctor who practices holistically... that is, one who considers that all of the body systems are intertwined as a "whole", working in conjunction with one another. ... (27 replies)
... I read on a thyroid website that it takes an average of 6 consultations to find a doctor who knows enough about thyroid to make a diagnosis. One woman who came here a while ago had seen 36 doctors before she found one who prescribed the medicine she needed for her hypoT. ... (3 replies)
... It will be quite difficult to find an endo who'll prescribe Armour. Most have been educated in the school of Synthroid and won't even consider Armour. ... (7 replies)
... Adrenal crisis is characterized by many of the same symptoms of hyperthyroidism, you need to look it up and know how to treat it yourself, because most doctors won't touch it unless you are on your deathbed. ... (19 replies)
Does anyone know
Aug 30, 2004
... pak which is made by a different company. I have asked the people at the health food store about it and they say that the people who buy it say that it works for them. You can get both without a prescription. ... (2 replies)
Does anyone know
Aug 29, 2004
... You need have a doctor who will prescribe armour or cytomel with syntroid. Also, if your adrenals are weak, that will make the recovery even more difficult. Doctors usually don't even look at that, remember they go by what they were taught in medical school. ... (2 replies)
... from having kidney stone surgery. Anyways, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of your input here. I will begin when I feel better, to call doctors and see who treats a normal but low range thyroid with Armour. Another question. ... (10 replies)
... The huge majority of mainstream doctors are horribly biased against Armour. ... (4 replies)
... There are two doctors on the top thyroid doc site in St. Louis that prescribe Armour. ... (10 replies)
... ypo, 2 of my husband's aunts are, 5 neighbors, and our daughter's inlaws are all hypo. All of them are on synthroid. There doesn't seem to be a Dr. in all of PA who will prescribe anything else. ... (9 replies)
... I really hate to contradict patience. She's doing well on her Synthroid, and we're all glad of that. But the majority of people who take it have troubling, lingering symptoms to contend with, and they think that's as good as it will get, so they keep on keeping on, still sick and tired. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Midwest 1....were you ever diagnosed with Hashimtos??? I just had those tests taken for antibodies, I think they were thyroglobulin zand also something called TPO??..my numbers came back normal..all the other thyr. tests such as TSN and all that junk came back within normal ranges as well..I wonder as to whether sometimes docs wish to just get $$$$ out of us for tests and... (8 replies)




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