Starting to feel better

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It's been two weeks now since I reduced my dose of levo from 125mcg to 100mcg. I am starting to feel a lot better. I am also taking iodine, calcium, magnesium, Vit B complex, Vit D, Vit C, zinc and selenium.

I have much more energy to do things and no longer have brain fog. I have even finally started to lose weight. smile

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    Hi Lia, thanks for posting your change in dose and the supplements you've added. Seems to go a lot towards the value of supplements. Good to know!

    • Posted

      Well I thought a positive post might be useful as sometimes the negatives can make you fearful that there is no way out of feeling ill.

      I started on the supplements after doing a lot of research on the thyroid gland.

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    Great to hear improvement. I'd suggest being careful of selenium as too much can cause probs. I took supplements for only one month and started to feel better but then tests showed too much selenium. Good luck!

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    Hi hope you don't mind me asking but brain fog is one of the sife affects i find really hard! Is this a multi vitamin table you take or are they individual ones?

    Many thanks

    • Posted

      Hi Claire, I don't mind at all.

      I got fed up waiting for things to happen. I am 54 - not an old 54 I hasten to add! I have been active all my life so feeling 'doped up', for want of a better expression was getting me down. The weight ditto.

      I did a lot of research on the function of the thyroid and decided to act for myself.

      I take these:

      sea kelp - for iodine

      Vitamin C and zinc combined


      Vit D big dose once a month

      Magnesium and calcium combined

      Vit B complex

      I hope this helps you. Feel free to message me. smile


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