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In Need of Help. Thyroid?

From: AGreene110 - 3 years 4 weeks ago

I really need help. I am currently taking Armour because Synthroid made me feel worse. For the last six months I have started gaining weight, losing my hair as well as a ton of other issues I will lost below. I feel terrible and have seen doctor after doctor and just getting worse everyday. I am currently doing IGG replacement therapy for Common Variable Immune Deficiency which I told I have and would feel better with the therapy. So far its not helped me at all and still on antibiotics and same problems I went in with. I have seen two different Endocrinologist and they say its not my thyroid. I would greatly appreciate any help. My thyroid levels are find but my antibodies are high since I started IGG therapy and Armour. My symptoms/problems are below:
charley horses/rls
Irritability
food intolerances after pregnancy (milk/eggs)
Swollen hands
frequent urination
fatigue
brain fog
memory loss
difficulty sleeping but always tired
hair loss
headaches/migraines
pain everywhere
can't workout
sore/aching body
muscle weakness
hot during day, night sweats
fast/irregular heartbeat
shortness of breath
panic attacks
infections (ear)
rashes and bumps all over
dry and scaly face with sores
lack of sex drive
anxious/nervous
emotional/crying
Side effects to most medications
Carpal tunnel surgery
tubes in ears
3 LASIK surgeries still wear glasses
Always have sinus/ear infections
I can sleep for 12 hours and still be tired.

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I can't really say anything to help, but just that i understand, as i am going through most of the same symptoms as you. I feel like i am going insane sometimes, especially with the memory loss, hours go by and i haven't got a clue what i've done in that time. I'm so scared and i just want all this to stop. I wish you all the best, and hope it helps to know that your not alone in suffering this

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