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Old 09-08-2012, 09:39 AM   #1
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Unhappy Does nature thyroid cause itching

I have been on nature thyroid for about 6 to 7 months. I take 2 and 1/2 grains. I have noticed some impovement but not near where I was before. I had quite drinking and smoking(a couple of years ago) and thought everything was going to be wonderful. Then this and I get so frustrated. I was on the hamone patch also and I thought it created my itching but I have noticed I still have it and reduced my patch to almost nothing so I don't think it was the patch. I'm also on isocort(5 pellets a day) for my adrenals. I would appreciate any input you have because this is all so new to me and confusing.
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Old 09-08-2012, 12:10 PM   #2
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Re: Does nature thyroid cause itching

I believe the only way to find out is to do allergy testing because you cannot abruptly stop any of your medicines.
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Re: Does nature thyroid cause itching

Nature-throid is considered hypoallergenic. It's formulated using hypoallergenic inactive ingredients and does not contain any artificial colors or flavors, corn, peanut, rice, gluten, soy, yeast, egg or fish/shellfish. "Hypoallergenic" means that something has a low probability of producing allergic symptoms; but nothing is truly "non-allergenic", so technically, you could be allergic to it, but almost certainly are not.
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