Re: Anyone had trouble taking Armour or adjusting to it?
runNM.............I waited 10 days to 2 wks in between increases. Don't increase until you no longer feel hyper and your blood pressure and hr are normal. In my case, I had low TSH, low FT3 & 4. Drs. would not increase my meds because they just looked at TSH. I finally insisted that they test my TSI antibodies and sure enough, I had 87%. The TSI antibodies (Graves antibodies) were falsely suppressing my TSH. Because my thyroid was working so hard to produce the hormones, this caused me to have nodules. I was on a merry-g0-round. I was told that when I got my hormones to right level my TSI antibodies should go away and maybe even the nodules. In the last few months I have increased my Armour by 22 1/2 mcg [One 15mcg + 1/2 of a 15 mcg tablet. I hope this works for you.
IMO, most of the ones that can't take Armour, or give up on them, are increasing too fast or too much at a time.