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Hyperthyroid symptoms

From: Amboco35 - 7 years 49 weeks ago

I have recently been diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism. I have been on Armour for the last 2 months. I don't have any of the symptoms of Hyperthyroidism. No weight loss, insomnia, heart problems, light menstral cycle ect... I have actually gained weight since taking the medication and I am exercising 5-6 days a week. I'm wondering if anyone else has had my problem. My second set of blood work came back and I was told I am in the normal range. Please anyone???

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Last summer of 2010, I discovered that I have hyperthyroidism. I felt completely fatigue and exhausted. I tried natural thyroid few weeks ago and it completely amazed me. My strength is back!

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I have the same problem! How are you doing now??

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so is this the same as armour?? do I just stop armour and start this with the same mg? There are thousands of people who have written complaints on different sites about hypothyroidism, but no one shares the outcome. Many are from 04 or 06 -08 - BUT they never come back and tell us how they turned out. Are they better? Maybe worse? In insane asylums?? I need to know! How are we supposed to help each other if we just disappear. I have been on synthroid for over 3 years. I switched to armour thyroid about 2 weeks ago and I DO feel better. I am still tired and I have had dizzy spells. I don't have bad headaches anymore, no more swelling hands and feet (knock on wood). I don't have the depression-moodiness I had before. I must say I am so far satisfied! I am still frustrated with this insane weight gain. I don't wanna be fat anymore. Exercise in the past did not work. Neither did walking. Now it is hard to make myself do it everyday. Come on people lets talk and help each other out!!!!

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