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... My Dr. suggested taking iron right before bedtime! Just when I think I have it figured out I read something different! ... (14 replies)
... interference with other meds as the hormone goes directly into your system, bypassing the stomach where it might mix with other drugs or supplements. ... (14 replies)
... I just started on Armour Thyroid for Hashimoto's. I am taking a dose in the morning and another dose mid afternoon. The pamphlet that came with the Armour said not to take within 4 hours of iron, but didn't say why. ... (14 replies)

... I agree with retroworx that I have also heard you can take Armour SBL however, there can be situations where it would not be a good idea, and I don't know if this is a concern for you or not. ... (14 replies)
... In my case I take Synthroid and my Endo told me that it is the Synthroid that is not absorbed if taken too soon. ... (14 replies)
... Flowergirl mentioned the heart palpitations and racing heart and I do have those things. So I guess it wouldn't be an option for me? ... (14 replies)
... Yes, you are right, either too much CAN make you Hyper--OR people that are sensitive OR just not able to tolerate a T-3 med well can experience Hyper symptoms. Too much at one time (through quick release) into the system can cause you become hyper the same as getting too much, as you say. When taken with food the T-3 is released at a much slower rate so that people of this... (14 replies)
... he afternoon may be due to the fluctuation in your TSH. I have always gone through a period of tiredness in the afternoon. This is when I grab an afternoon tea and I'm good. ... (14 replies)
... so that I'll have energy thruout the day, and not just in the A.M. ... (14 replies)
... You mentioned that you felt better right away with thryoid meds. I am feeling better already too after only 4 days. I went shopping today and went to 4 different stores! I haven't been shopping since Christmas and I don't even know how many years it's been since I went to multiple stores. ... (14 replies)
... That's really good news. And the funny thing is is that it takes weeks to build in your system. ... (14 replies)
... Hi. Yes, I am still feeling a difference, more after the morning dose than after the afternoon dose. I'm thinking probably my stomach is not empty enough and I am not absorbing like I should in the afternoon. Having a half day that I feel normal is a half day better than what I did have. ... (14 replies)
... Not sure what doc told you thyroid meds wouldn't work. ... (3 replies)
... I hope your dr. at least told you to take your iron many hours apart from your thyroid meds. I think it's at least 4 hours apart. ... (10 replies)
... I think the anemia section needs a thread like this for those suffering from both thyroid and low iron levels. ... (80 replies)
... You won't have any challenges with the thyroid meds and iron. You just need to separate them, as you know. ... (26 replies)
... I'm glad your appointment went well, it is nice when you feel someone is actually listening to you and doing tests you have wanted done. ... (10 replies)
... I started feeling "off" about 7 years ago, about the same time that I was having terribly heavy periods. I don't tolerate iron, and my ferritin had gotten down to around 16. I had a uterine ablation, and I didn't have hardly any bleeding since. ... (10 replies)
... so my doctor did not recommend anything. Because I was not feeling the improvement that I wanted to see after beginning my thyroid meds and liquid iron supplement I started taking a Vitamin D supplement on occasion to see if my symptoms improved. ... (19 replies)
... Herekittykitty-Are you still feeling a difference? I hope so.......FLFG :) (14 replies)


Associated Tags: anemia, cyclic anemia, cyclic neutropenia, iron, low ferritin

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