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... I know how you feel. I think most of us with Hashi's have dealt with this up and down stuff. ... (52 replies)
Thyroid Meds
Apr 29, 2008
... does it convert to too much T3? ... (126 replies)
... Thanks so much for your input! Thank you for explaining that those doses I was reading on the Rx site pertained to taking T3 ALONE! ... (9 replies)

... Well.....my issue with this advice is that I want to know if you read the book...or did the doctor? ... (6 replies)
... or high or low cortisol. Many hypothyroid people have low ferritin and many docs don't test for it. Adrenal fatigue is also very common and it's essential to test correctly with saliva cortisol tests. High cytokine levels can also interfere with T4 to T3 conversion. ... (5 replies)
... Hydrocortisone is the closest cousing to cortisol. It can be directly converted to cortisol an used in light of cortisol deficiency. ... (1 replies)
... I see the ND next Wednesday. My hubby and I have decided that the cut of the Cytomel yesterday is what brought the panic on. I've went from 50 mcg's last week to 12.5 this week and my body isn't happy. If I still feel cruddy today, I'll give them a call. ... (16 replies)
... It's the Free T3 that does most of the feedback to the pituitary to either speed up or slow down the TSH production. It's also the Free T3 that has most of the effects on the body. A high FT4 will not feed back to the pituitary to lower the TSH. Only a high FT3 will do that. ... (15 replies)
... been off the boards for a few days. Had a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends, hope you did too. ... (4 replies)
Why t3?
Feb 9, 2004
... Spirulina is not a seaweed but an algae. Most Spirulina is grown in lakes. Perhaps that is why the iodine content is less than in kelp or seaweed products. I do take it in the powder form because I can not swallow pills. ... (14 replies)
... I take my Synthroid as soon as I wake up. Then I take my first Cytomel with my breakfast here at work. ... (6 replies)
... Good Luck Matya with the MRI! I am wondering if they left a bunch of guaze inside of your neck. Do you get a choking feeling? ... (11 replies)
... Yes, we are in the same boat. Interesting, when I started having my problems after all those years I was seeing my M. D. He finally didn't know what to do, so he changed me to Synthroid. ... (11 replies)
... I stumbled across your post today. Sorry to hear of your ongoing trials. However I think there is an explanation for why you are feeling HYPO. ... (8 replies)
... I would really like to know, how can you be hypo in T4 and normal or hyper in T3. ... (16 replies)
... I am from the U.K and its realy hard to get T3 or Armour!! ... (3 replies)
... chronic fatigue syndrome, it complicates knowing what is causing what. Trying to get to the bottom of it all. ... (3 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)
... only medication for about 3 months now. My T4 levels have risen, and now they're pretty high, but my T3 levels have not moved up at all. My TSH is 0.28. My symptoms are still very much present and I feel terrible. ... (25 replies)
... Have you mentioned the shaky, weak feeling to your doc? ... (7 replies)




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