Not sure if the Vitamin D or the Armour are working cuz I still have allot of my symptoms. I wake up every morning with internal shaking in my head. Scary stuff! My feet and lower legs burn & hurt off & on. The fatigue hits me bad when it wants too. I just don't know what to think anymore. I've seen so many doctors & had some many test. It will be 3 yrs in Oct that everything started up.
Sorry to hear you are not feeling so well. I know the feeling. Some days I just sit down & cry. I get so sad that I can't do the things I use to do. Hang in there. You are in my thoughts & prayers big time. ((Grace))
I have the same problems plus burning feet and I wake up with the feeling that my head is shaking internally. My doctor took me off Levothyroxine and put me on Armour plus 50,000 IU's of Vit D once a week. Not sure if there's a change or not it's been a few wks now on the med. You are in my prayers.
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