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luckygfme

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Armour Thyroid is available in USA and around the world - sometimes under a different brand name. Its always been available. Its just that when the synthetics were discovered and made mid 60s - there was a big marketing push for them to be #1. Its not necessarily the best for some people but its good for the companies that make them ;) Dosing isn't that hard and many of the Thyroid sites can assist you if your Dr is a bit unsure. Most Drs have no training re Armour so its all new to them , and they are hesitant. Sometimes you have to help them a little ....

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THanks so much. I'm glad you're feeling better!! & I'll definately find the book. I'm pretty desperate to start feeling betterfast. i'm trying to stop smoking too, which is hard right now (when i'm hungry and my stomach hurts so i can't eat i just smoke instead..terrible,i'm trying desperately to quit) but anyway, no beer for me. That's actually the thing that prompted me finding out about everything, I got really really really sick last summer after drinking.

You know what lucky? This may sound really strange, but I think you should stop worrying about quitting smoking for now. Give yourself a break. You've just lost a bunch of food in your diet, (and it really is a LOSS) and now you have to deal with your thyroid being imbalanced. I don't know much about thyroid disease, I don't know if smoking affects it, but I would advise one thing at a time. You're putting way too much stress on your emotions, you should only give up one thing at a time. I would say that once your thyroid has been under control for at least three months, then try quitting. I had to quit smoking too, it's impossible if you're also figuring out what's safe to eat for dinner!

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LOL true. well i'm not leaving him alone till he gives me it, and if anything i'll just order it and the hell with him. The thing about your weight, i see that you had your gallbladder removed. I know that it's especially difficult to lose weight when you don't have a gall bladder so that might also be the cause.

Dear luckygfme,

Really, having your gallbladder out makes it difficult to lose weight? I wonder why that is. That is weird. Maybe I should do some research and see if I can find anything. Maybe if it is the cause, perhaps it is due to not being able to digest fat properly. I was actually losing some weight after the surgery, but then had trouble losing it later. At one point prior to the surgery, I looked anorexic I got so thin. I got down to 84 pounds while in the hospital. My eating habits were not much different from what they are now. Of course, I know I have Candida, and that makes losing weight nearly impossible for many people.

Dear georgie,

We really appreciate the info for the Armour Thyroid stuff. All natural has such a nice ring to it! I am so tired of my Thyroid being overactive, then underactive. You have to keep going and getting tests done. It is expensive, and rediculous.

Sincerely,

NoGluGirl

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