AdaMaraNma wrote: »
Anyone with thyroid issues shoulf try pure black seed oil. Do some research. Its helped a lot of people.
laurabini wrote: »
I've been diagnosed with hypothyroidism two years ago, still haven't found the right dosage of levothyroxine for me.
I am now working with a nutritionist, since doctors only care about medicines and never mention that food can make such a difference.
Since changing my diet I have felt so much better and full of energy! I am still trying to lose the pounds I've gained since being diagnosed, but at least I don't feel sluggish all the time anymore!
Feel free to add me
kimothyschma wrote: »
I’m hypo and I have been on 25 mcg synthroid since 2013 and now my doctor (family physician) wants me to go off of it for 3 months and get my levels tested. I’m really worried about this but he’s not refilling my prescription. Am I gonna gain a bunch of weight? Should I decrease my intake? Has anyone been on synthroid and then stopped it?
peggs71 wrote: »
I was on Synthroid for years with no positive effects for weight loss until my uncle, an Internist in another state, recommended I request a change in meds to Armour Thyroid. It is natural and straight (well, after processed by the pharmaceutical company) from the pig. It is about the same cost-wise as Synthroid, but has enabled me to lose over 100 lbs. The change to Armour also perked up my energy level like crazy! Hope this helps!
deannalfisher wrote: »
what does your endocrinologist say? taking someone off thyroid meds can cause issues and just to test levels shouldn't be done without a REALLY good reason
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