I have been feeling better these days, but also ignoring symptoms. :) I don't feel 100% but I can function better than before. Hopefully it won't come back as bad as it was. Hope you are feeling better soon...
Hi Grace, I'm so sorry to hear the Armour Thyroid + Vit D didn't help. I had the thyroid ultrasound done after my first endocrinologist visit...only one 3mm nodule which is very small. The ultrasound confirmed a mild goiter.
My friends and I went camping to Gettysburg, PA this weekend. Packing the car, setting up/tearing down camp and a lot of walking made it a painful weekend. But I'm determined not to let the pain prevent me from enjoying life. Talk to you soon, Renee
Just came back from Dr. appt...my TSH level dropped to 0.11, too low. Doctor reduced my Armour Thyroid from 30mg to half the pill, once a day. I told him about my muscle and joint pain, and he's including a Vitamin D test with my next TSH test. Which got me thinking about you. Has the Vitamin D supplement helped? How is the Armour Thyroid working for you?
Take Care, R
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