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... Or did you have to go off of the thyroid meds entirely? ... (5 replies)
... Does Synthroid actually reduce the FT4? ... (22 replies)
... and the formula! I am more discouraged than ever. This doctor wanted to me to drop the Synthroid and try to raise my TSH to 1.0. She said NOTHING about the t4 levels being so pitiful. ... (22 replies)

... as in does it have to be completely out of your system, or do you start on Armour and phase out synthroid? ... (1 replies)
... beat. I am a distance runner who normally has a pulse in the low 50's, and just sitting at rest today at my PC, my pulse was 86! I have been back on 137 mcg of Synthroid for a week now, but these symptoms have persisted. My doctor does not seem that concerned. Should I be asking for a 2nd opinion? ... (3 replies)
... I have heard sometimes they can cause low numbers than high, I don't know how or why though. I am going through the same hell as you are right now to the T! Please let me know what they find out. ... (31 replies)
... Thanks everybody! I did agree to go off for one week at a time to see what would happen. My TSH has hit 6 already and my T4 is .09. My Doc said that my Pituitary was working so I can start on Synthroid again. ... (31 replies)
... In my case it takes about ten times longer than it takes to gain it. ... (2 replies)
... Papillary carcinoma survivor here! I've got some concerns about my upcoming RAI treatment and going off Synthroid, and I was hoping to get some feedback from others. ... (2 replies)
... and was always healthy. The last 5 years have been very chaotic and stressful, and have experienced numerous symptoms which I related to Mirena. I had the Mirene inserted in 2007, and had no periods for that period of time. ... (7 replies)
... range .30 to 4. ... (5 replies)
... After my thyroidectomy, my endo insisted on synthroid and I had a hard time finding a thyroid doc that would look at me and how I was doing rather than my TSH. I found one through word of mouth in Nyack, NY. ... (48 replies)
... I sit on the couch unless I have a pressing responsibility. This is not normal for me, as I am someone who loves to take walks. I have a challenge doing anything remotely cardiovascular now, I simply have no stamina. ... (0 replies)
... I'm so glad to hear you're feeling so much better! When did you start taking DT? ... (48 replies)
... savvy doctor will conservatively estimate an equivalent dose of desiccated thyroid as it compares to the dose of Synthroid the patient had been taking. ... (48 replies)
... I had been off of Synthroid for about a month. It was making me so sick. I decided to stop taking it and find another way. That's when I found this board and my new doctor. ... (48 replies)
... how did you go about doing it? ... (48 replies)
... I thought you meant you were just going to go cold turkey without anything. That worried me for you. ... (48 replies)
... I'm going in prepared to beg for a dose increase. I'm currently taking 50mcg Synthroid and 5mcg gen Cytomel and honestly I think I'd be better off taking nothing. ... (1 replies)
... right now is a doctor who will listen to me, not a robot controlled by lab test results. Out of all the doctors I've gone to over the years for these symptoms I like the endocrinologist I'm seeing now the most and I thought I'd be able to stick with her for a while. ... (0 replies)


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