Much like Diabetes, Hypothyroidism can be a silent illness. The symptoms for both can be very similar, and often, easy to shrug off as some other circumstance. Maybe we're just getting lazier about our routines, maybe we're not drinking enough water, or we need to use more moisturizer, etc. If you feel you may have a thyroid imbalance, please do not hesitate to contact your GP or Endo. If you have a story of when you were diagnosed, feel free to share.Did you know that January is Thyroid Awareness Month?
Hi everyone,I'm just coming out of a few extremely difficult months. I'm 3 months postpartum and have ended up with bad converting issues of T4 to T3 after both of my pregnancies.If you think your…Continue
Hi all,I have had Type one for 32 years and Hashimoto's for 23 years. I am eight weeks postpartum and breastfeeding and have been having problems with both my thyroid levels and my BGs.My OB tested…Continue
I´m type 1 an have recently gone from being hypo- to becoming hyperthyroid. The last ten years I´ve been treated with Levaxin and the last couple of years with ERFA thyroid without much trouble, now…Continue
Has anyone tried Armour Thyroid over the Synthroid? I was talking to a buddy of mine who was pre-diabetic, high blood pressure and borderline high cholesterol. He talked to a holistic Dr who started…Continue
Hi Everyone,I'm glad to see discussion about T3 and to hear other PWDs have had their endo prescribe T3 or T4 and T3 formulations.T3 has literally given me my life back and I want to share that with…Continue
How often has your dosage increased? I've been having severe symptoms of low thyroid for more than a year and a half, but tests have been "perfect" according to my Endo and family doctor.I was…Continue
Hey everyone,I've been T1 for about 5.5 years now and was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism a little over a year ago. I gained about 10-15 pounds from Hypothyroidism before I was diagnosed and have been…Continue