Exhaustion

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Hello,

I'm currently not on any thyroid meds and of course my levels are normal but I have been so exhausted these last couple of days. I take iron pill daily and vitamin D once a week but why the exhaustion all of sudden I'm currently out of work and I sleep at night and during the afternoon. Is there something I can take to boost my energy.

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    What country are you in? You say your thyroid levels are okay, but what about your iron and d levels? Taking too much iron can make you tired too. What are your thyroid antibodies level? What is your diet and hydration like?
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    Since you are not on meds it's time you can get you thyroid gland back up... do your research on bladderwack and Irish moss 

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      Just becuz you LEVELS are normal doesn't mean anything you still slow  metabolism.... I am on thyroid meds and some days are worse then others with being EXHAUSTED 😩......BUT SORRY

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      Hi

      I know that's what I tried to tell my endo when she said my labs were fine but my body still don't feel the same so I'm going to make an appt to a thyroid /endo specialist in another city that specializes in nothing but thyroid/ hypo/nodules and thyroid cancer.

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      That's why I was saying look into getting those herbs becuz I see you still have your thyroid. Those herbs could heal your thyroid. They are natural thyroid meds.. HEAL NOT TREAT BUT HEAL 

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    Have you ever heard of idiopathic hypersomnia? I've had hypo for over 20 years. I don't know what normal is. I have no advice to give. I just wanted to know if yo some one feels the same way? I never arrested I always go back to bed and sleep days and days

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