Thyroid S

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Hi I started Thyroid S from Thiland

6 days ago after 30 years on thyroxin I feel better already but am mad itchy taking 2x 60mg per day

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    Have you had a looked at the other ingredients the Thyroid S. As I understand there is a lot of fillers in them and you could reacting to one of them


    Also if you have only been taking them for six days you may have started on too high a dose.

    You are a suppose to start low, say half a 60mg tablet daily then raise slowly, this is so your body gets use to the T3 in the Thyroid S.

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      Thank you soooo much I made a mistake I am on Throid from Thiland the same seller as Thyroid S

      I started on 2 a day x60 only taken one today because of pain in legs and itch.

      Are you taking thyroid meds ?very dissapointed because It make me feel like a light has gone on 😕

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      I no longer take thyroid meds. I take amino acids. I was horribly sick from the meds. 

      A lot of these medications are manufactured in third world countries now. I can tell you that following the meds, I had several rare parasitic infections that I believe were transmitted by these medications, as I have not traveled and am extremely careful with my diet. There are mAny people who post that they get flu like symptoms at the onset of these meds. Some of these could be due to parasites. 

      I live in the US. The US has water quality standards set by the FDA for manufacturing of meds. There is no required test for parasites in water supplies used for drug manufacturing.

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    I take levothyroxine 125mcg. daily. I was on W.P. Thyroid NDT last year but did not find much improvement over levo.

    If the itching continues maybe reduce your dose further for a few days and see how you go. ( you may have started on too high a dose)

    There is an excellent thyroid forum that tells you how to treat with NDT.

    Register on this site for information.

    Good luck.



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