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I don't take Armour. I just started taking Synthroid. A guess a thread just for Armour would be good. Is Armour better than Synthroid?
The FDA prohibits the sale of anything without a prescription that has any measurable amount of hormone in it. So trying to go herbal to help a hormone imbalance is usually unsuccessful. I would however agree with you that if you can stabilize your Thyroid hormone, then other hormones become much easier to balance or may correct themselves on their own at least to a certain degree. Hormones are very complex and interrelated. So messing with one will often if not always change another.
Had to book a later time to get home and on that flight, LOW and BEHOLD - I meet an X- Pharmacy Rep from Forest Pharmacuticals, makers of the desiccated thyroid medication - Armour Thyroid. Well, I am sure you can imagine I am just pumped with questions talking to this guy - who left the company due to the cash-driven - stress he was under working in the sales end for them.
thanks for your response - yeah I was hoping for post partum thyroiditis but mine was permanent - you may be a lucky one - I'll keep my fingers crossed for ya :) T.
Unless the weight you carry is causing you life threatening problems - then and only then should you consider risks - I would recommend the old favourite - balanced diet, smaller portions - eating frequent small meals and exercise. This way you can change your lifestyle for the better without grasping for quick fix solutions which ultimately end up making you pile the weight on later on!
I have been taking clomiphene for three months without any luck. I have read everything I come across about infertility. Clomiphene tells your hyperthalamus to tell your ovaries to produce extra mature eggs. I have one blocked tube so Im hoping the clomiphene will make both ovaries ovulate. Metformin is supposed to help your body utilize clomiphene and produce those extra eggs. I have read about women becoming pregnaunt on Metformin, good luck to you.
Control with antihistimines, get help for the thyroid, for example getting the proper amount of iodine in your diet might cure you, but keep in mind too much iodine can give you the same problems, even cause hyperthyroidism. Eating wheat products/gluten can aggrevatate the condition. The is a thyorid auto-immune connections to wheat/gluten problems. Start with reading up on the web about iodine, which is in certain foods like shellfish and milk.
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