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New to the boards
May 10, 2005
... almost 2. I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism back in 1998. ... (6 replies)
... improved, hair is shinning and growing, I have fingernails again, and a normal amount of energy! I am once again thinking in terms of time, instead of energy when I think about doing things. ... (13 replies)
... the synthetic t4's, is much longer than Armour. So, if you have been taking one of those prior to starting Armour, you may experience some hyper symptoms. They stay in your system for a while. Armour works now! The t3 is rapidly absorbed in your gut, where the t4's take a long time to absorb and be used. ... (9 replies)

... Given that your TSH is high and your FT4 not too low. The main influence that would drive your TSH to your given levels and flux to the degree you are fluxing is an inconsistant T3 concentration. I am suspecting the your T3 levels are low. ... (13 replies)
Racy Heart
Aug 14, 2008
... I guess. Will see how long it lasts, etc. She told me that after 4 days on 60 and 30 and if I didn't have heart palpitations, I could increase to 60 and 60. ... (96 replies)
... Thanks again for all of your input. ... (10 replies)
New to the boards
May 10, 2005
... For an accurate reading with no meds in your system you would have to not take the meds for about 6 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... been through hell and backwith many different doctors. I don't think that they are "bad" doctors, I think that they are ignorant and misinformed. The endocrine system is the most complicated in the body. GP's just don't have the expertise that they need to treat our problems. ... (10 replies)
... No need to apologize. Welcome to our thyroid dysfunctional family. Look at the Thread Tools button at the top of the board. In it is an option to start a new thread I believe. This way you can have one of your own when you post next. ... (3 replies)
... First welcome to our thyroid dysfunctional family. What you are doing for your wife is wonderful. It gives me hope that there are husbands out there willing to go to bat for their wives. ... (7 replies)
... D Right now my cat comes to the door and paws under it or meows at me. She likes to visit when people are in the bathroom. I think it has to do with having a captivated audience. My 70 lb border collie does the same thing when he gets a chance. ... (62 replies)
... How does HTC manifest? ... (22 replies)
... i was told i was hypo at the age 42 my dad has it, the difference from us my hair has not fallen out, i or my dad did not gain weight we were told we have a fast system and my signs of hypo were not what they should have been, i was in over drive that was my signs of the thyroid problem. ... (78 replies)
... Okay. Synthroid is effective for treating hypoT in patients with good T4 to T3 conversion and no need for T3 supplementation. Statistically studies are showing that 2 out of 3 patients need some T3 medication to optimize. ... (3 replies)
... For your questions... ... (36 replies)
... Yes, if you have been reading I am now off Armour. The T3 was too much for me I think. I tried adding in some T4 and reducing the Armour, but that did not work either....I only felt worse in the worse way. ... (4 replies)
... It is well known that the TSH can and will remain suppressed for a very long time once you have been hyperthyroid. ... (2 replies)

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