I have noticed that if I take vitamin B12 I get anxiety and bad heart palpitations (makes me hyper) and with B5 I get only the heart palpitations. These feelings can last 1 - 2 days. Does anyone know why? Do they do something to T3?
I don't think I ever got any reactions like this when I was on thyroxine.
I take combination of Thyroxine and compounding T3 (slow release).
I read in another forum someone that took B12 and went hyper and had to stop taking armour for couple of days.
Today I feel pretty bad. I have diarrhea. Don't know what to do. I feel so frustrated that nothing is working for me. I wish I never listed to my endo about having a thyroidectomy!! it was the worst decision in my life. I regret it so much. :'-(
I take 1000 mg of B12 under my tongue everyday and I don't notice any problems. I take Synthroid. And I'm right there with you ttmoni9, thyroidectomy was the worst thing I've ever done too. If I could do it all again I seriously would have considered living with cancer and taking my chances. Or maybe a more "watch it closely" approach. I've told everyone I know DON'T LET ANYONE EVER TAKE OUT YOUR THYROID!"
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