Hi, my dr appt in July was good. At the time, I was feeling a bit hypo. She wanted me to stick with the 150mcg armour for at least another month. She switched me to a lower estrogen birth control pill at the appt and said this may have an effect on my levels. I have been feeling better, so I haven't done a blood test yet. I still am having swelling around the eyes, but it may just be from my TED. I've also been having acne on my back, so I have been weaning off the DHEA. I feel like my body is still balancing out and I still have random days I feel hypo. But, so much better. My anxiety is gone and I'm not so tired all the time. How are things with you?
Hi, sorry haven't been on in awhile. We have been painting in our house and our computer's been down. I've been on DHEA for 3 weeks & armor for 2 weeks. Have a bit more energy , but about the same. Need to give it more time. How are you?
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