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Old 06-25-2013, 12:41 PM   #12
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Re: Thyroid a factor for osteoperosis? I'm also on Strontium

HI abby20, getting on the right dose of synthryoid is the keep to feeling good and it sounds like your there now. I take .112, but over the years it has changed several times. I don't know your age (are you 20?), but after menopause my dose was dropped to the present .112 an has stayed there.

You have quite a few medical issues that you're dealing with. Its good to question what is given to you and refuse anything that doesn't feel right for you. If i've learned anything over the years its to be your own health advocate and to speak up for yourself.

Are you taking any of the osteo meds? Now there is a group of drugs that can cause havoc in a body. What do you mean by osteo A and P, i'm not familiar with that term. take care, phyllis
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