I have been with a hyperthyroid problem since about 2006 the two medications that they gave me I was allergic too they also gave me steroids for a while. Nothing has worked nothing has gone down. These were my test results in Jan 30.07:
Free T4: 8.19
A second test done on 4/26/07
Free T4: 1.75
For a while they told me to take my meds 3 times a day and take tylenol every 8 hours so I wouldnt get a reaction with the meds. I stopped going stopped taking my meds and are now taking Vitamin B12, C, E. I plan on going to an acupuncture or acupressure also. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
Yeah they told me I cant do RAI or surgery(which I dont want) because it is still too dangerous for me so they wanted me to take the meds until it got lower and they never did. I want to try acupuncture or acupressure and see what that does. If not I guess I have no choice but to try the meds again. I have three small children and need to do something. Thanks for your suggestions AR-10
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