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Posted by Q
on September 27, 2000 at 14:23:17:
Hey Tina, since I've been taking Armour (sp?) thyroid I've been like a new woman. For about 4 years I dragged around with little or no interest in anything while I was taking Synthyroid and supposedly "normal" and all the while gaining weight and feeling miserable. The doctor kept blaming my age (I'm 47) but I work out 6 days a week and there was no reason in the world to feel that way. So I switched doctors (went to a wholelistic doctor) and he immediately put me on natural thyroid. Said all my tests he received from my old doctor showed I was still hypo!!! Ticked me off royally!
If I remember off the top of my head the name of the book was just 'The Yeast Syndrome' but I don't remember who it is by. Sorry. But the book you mentioned may be a good one to start with in the mean time I'll send you the name on Friday.
How's your thyroid treatments - feel better than when you were first diagnosed? Q
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