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Old 08-27-2009, 05:23 AM   #1
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When your levels are stable, do you react severely to extra iodine?

In a previous post, I noted I had been taking Vit. D3 made from fish oil for about a week. I've always been a little bit dizzy, assuming this was from low thyroid levels, but last week I developed severe vertigo and my face also started breaking out. Can fish oil cause severe vertigo in such a short time if you're sensitive to iodine? I also have Hashimoto's.

I wonder if when you're levels are finally stable, can your body handle extra iodine or does it still cause you to have flareups? I would hate to think I could never eat shellfish or take fish oil ever again.

 
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