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... I have been struggling with HypoT symptoms since youth. though they thought it may be the problem No Dr would test me, "just diet and exercise". ... (5 replies)
... After years of doctors going back and forth to whether I have Hashimotos or not, antibodies were finally detected in my blood a few month ago. My TSH was 2.9. My free T4 was 1.3 and free T3 was 3.1. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, my wife just started taking Levothyroxine December 8. She had her left lobe removed October 28. She has not been able to get rid of the pins and needles in her hands and feet. It has been getting progressively worse and first showed up around Thanksgiving. ... (2 replies)

... n the form of levels moving slightly away from my sweet spot. Then, I will ask my doctor for a dose adjustment and pray that my levels get back where they need to be before symptoms start developing. ... (7 replies)
... Hoping someone can shed some light on my problem. I was diagnosed hypothyroid over a year ago and have been taking Levothyroxine 100 mcg until just recently. The levo seemed to work for me for about six months but then I started feeling exhausted again even though my tsh is 3. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks I will try to keep going. Unfortunately last night I also had diarrhea all night which again I think is down to the medication. It is hard to believe such a small dose and tiny tablet can effect someone so much. ... (3 replies)
... Levothyroxine isn't a quick fix like aspirin is for a headache. It takes weeks to build up in the cells and to effect meaningful change in symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... It takes 2 weeks on average for your blood chemistry to attain equilibrium with each dosage increase. ... (10 replies)
... neric levos. The differences in binders and fillers can cause huge differences in the way the active ingredient is absorbed and used by your body. The only way to gain some semblance of stability again is to use one manufacturer's drug for at least 3 months. ... (4 replies)
... I am having those electrical, tingling feelings. Hands, feet, lips. I believe I need to increase my meds again. Am I correct. I am having other symptoms as well, mostly feeling cranky!! ... (9 replies)
... It takes anywhere from four to six weeks to get into your system at the cellular level. That's also about the time it takes for you to notice changes in your symptoms. You may see some improvements before. I hope you do. This can take a long time to regulate. ... (9 replies)
... er the past few years that sound a lot like hypothyroidism. A little over a year ago I went on medical leave because the fatigue, pain and brain fog was too much to work through. I had been pushing myself very hard up until the end trying to deal with it and it kept getting worse. ... (4 replies)
... Reece, Thanks a lot for your reply. I'll consider offering my fasting schedule and I'll also check with my endo if this keeps going on.. Thanks for your 0.02$ (5 replies)
... I feel better eating little amounts all day long. You are on other medications, and i have no idea how those make you feel either. ... (5 replies)
... How long ago was your surgery, and how long have you been on 175mcg before that blood work? ... (4 replies)
... This balancing act is really a pain and that's how I start my first post on this forum. ... (5 replies)
... Registered on here today to seek advice for v.similar situation to Diana. ... (22 replies)
... Does anyone know how long the medicine Levothyroxine takes to work? ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for responding...Hypothyroidism is not common in men especially at my age 55. I feel it important to communicate with y'all as I spent 20 years of my life as an RN...ICU....Operating room....etc. I am not an authority on our disease... ... (151 replies)
... When treatment first begins, symptoms can worsen until the body adjusts to the dose, or new symptoms might appear. This could explain your ER visit with severe dizziness. ... (1 replies)


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