Leg Problems

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Does anyone else suffer from thumping, painful legs with hypo? Not talking about restless legs. My legs feel as though they are burning and expanding - they're not. It's constant. On levo. If anyone can share would be grateful

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    Yes !! And my hands.my doctor told me its the Synthroid that I was on 100 milligrams he took me off of it because my t's were out of range High very high I'm on nothing right now he took me off of my medication till my levels come back down and then he's going to put me on a different brand at a lower dosage probably 75. I hope this helps

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    Yes I feel your pain... I started taking potassium and magnesium but the stuff from GNC not Walmart.... I feel a lot better but also my Dr took me off Synthroid and put me on Armour Thyroid. Try a extra dose of magnesium. Let me know if it works for u
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      Yeah I take magnesium 3 times a day I tell potassium's excellent McHale seems really good I had a reaction to the centroid in the one is equal to centralize Aaliyah take me off at the other one so now I have to try another brand and on top of it the Synthroid cause me to not have a bowel movement at all so now I've got feels like to blockages in my intestines I hate taking this medication but I have to because my thyroid is out

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    Are you referring to massive water retention and leg bloating? That happened to me. My guess is you're younger and probably not as susceptible to the bloating.

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    Yes I have had leg and joint pain even in my arms I'm not taking no meds right now l. First we thought it was restless leg syndrome but my neurologist said its not.

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