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    Old 02-14-2009, 08:39 AM   #1
    monkey4
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    Help!! Crashing with Armour - Adrenal Fatigue

    I was diagnosed 3 years ago with Hashimotos. Took Levothyroxine & Cytomel. Was diagnosed during time of extreme stress which lasted 8 years. Was on Zoloft for 8 months which helped some anxiety. Months after stopping, strong anxiety panic and depression came back. New doc switched me to Armour Thyroid. Felt better for 3 days. Then wham!! No energy, can't sleep. Low chronic anxiety & depression. New doc did cortisol test. I am in stage 5 adrenal fatigue. Told me to take hydrocortisone 5mg 2x/day & up it after a week if not feeling better. I did just that. Got massive headaches, new doc said stop taking it. What should I do? Do I have to stop taking Armour altogether and fix adrenals first? (even after being on thyroid meds for 3 years) Or titrate down armour and gradually add hydrocortisone? My doc doesn't seem to be an

     
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    Old 02-14-2009, 09:09 AM   #2
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    Re: Help!! Crashing with Armour - Adrenal Fatigue

    What happens with adrenal fatigue is the t3 in Armour pools in the blood and can't get to the cells from the low cortisol. Personally i would get the adrenal fatigue problem resolved before resuming the Armour. You won't get the benefit of the T3 in armour until you 'fix' the adrenals.


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