Hi!!! I was reading about your magnesium deficiency. I am having tremors, anxiety, tingling in the legs and palpitations but my thyroid tests came back normal, as did my sugars and b vitamin deficiencies. I started taking MagOx and Mag oil, and while the anxiety subsides a little, the tremors are still there. My question is, how long did it take you before the tremors went away? Thank you so much in advance! xox
Just a quick note to say hi! Thanks so much for caring and writing back twice! Just wondering do you know if my antibodies (high antithyroglobulin 173 (<60 is normal) low compared to the numbers many on this site are reporting, are within a range of repairing the thyroid? I don't eat alot of seaweed, I was encouraging use in hopes of supporting my thyroid, so am puzzled, unless it is my kidneys. My blood selenium was 212 (100-314 normal) so seems ok. With iodine high, and selenium , magnesium, zinc, manganese all good. I am just wondering what to do.
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