Graves disease and indigestion whilst euthyroid

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Hi everyone hope u guys OK just want yo know that do u get indigestion issue with graves disease whilst u e euthyroid and not on any medication mean carbimazole bcs I'm getting it a lot had it since I been diagnosed but doctors don't believe when I say that I never had indigestion issue before pls if any one of u can give some sort of advice ....thanks ....samy

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    Hi Samy ...

    One of the things I took to become Euthyroid after Graves was Acidophilus

    I take 40 billion per day ..

    As 80% of our Immune system is in our Gut ... think you may find a big difference if you'd like to try it I'm thrilled with the effects as I had problems before ... not now tho ..

    Luv mx🌹

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    Just my thought: you may have "leaky gut" which may cause autoimmune disorder; in turn, autoimmune may initiate GD. I don't know any medication or supplement can cure the disorder, but there are special diet protocols you can follow to resolve/lesson the problem. The best thing is it may eventually truly cure the GD! I think your indigestion issue does not come from GD. The "leaky gut" problem comes from a long way (your previous lifetime) of normal daily diet routine. It's just the accumulation effect of some natural "toxin" which is not absorbed by our body but "stored" somewhere in our digestion system. For a long while, these toxins are accumulated in our body to a threshold level starting to harm our digestion system and cause the immune system to go misfire!  (a good example: 2 pieces of whole wheat bread a day give you tons of gluten... for 10 years, this big chunk of gluten stored in your body may start to make your gut leak!)  Just my 5c.

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