Many thyroid conditions have been and continue to be incorrectly diagnosed through exclusive use of TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) testing as the sole signifier of possible thyroid dysfunction. Unfortunately, TSH is wrongly considered by the majority of endocrinologists and many other physicians to be the only indicator required to produce an accurate and comprehensive analysis of one’s thyroid health. Because of this many people come away from their physicians as being misdiagnosed or having their thyroid condition completely disregarded. Download the National Academy of Hypothyroidism's recommended lab tests and take them to your doctor!
I’ve recently started taking Armour It’s been about two weeks. I was wondering how soon will I feel better and see weight loss.
I had a thyroidectomy last year, and have had the worst luck with Levo, and Synthroid. I’ve gained 11 pounds since my surgery! So far I feel slightly better, but I still suffer from brain fog, weight gain, and fatigue. It’s been such a struggle for the past 9 years with this condition, I’m beginning to think I’ll never feel well again. All I want is to be able to read, be creative, and function like I used to. My brain is mush! Everyday is a struggle knowing this has taken so much away from me.
I hope to hear some stories of success and advice.
The situation you mentioned above is much alike with my brother’s situation. He was also facing the weight gain problem when he was dealing with thyroid. He used to love his body shape and always loved to workout to maintain the fitness. Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with thyroid and during his treatment he started gaining weight. He has searched for many of the ways to lose weight, but didn’t got much benefit. After a month he came to know about the weight loss nut through his friend who is a regular customer of Nuez Dela India. The nut helped him in losing weight naturally and gave number of health benefits. He has got very positive result from the nut, which might can help you too. Just try the nut once and moreover it will help you in boosting up your body metabolism too.
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