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Corrie

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  1. Before I realized I had celiac, my synthroid had to be adjusted frequently. I was all over the place, hyper, then hypo. Now that I have been gluten free for three years, I am much more stable, and the amount I take has decreased. I used to be on 137 mcg, and now I am on 100 mcg and holding steady. My endocrinologist said I was not absorbing the medicine as well as I should have, due to the damage celiac had caused to my small intestines.

    I have Graves' disease, and my thyroid has been irradiated and killed completely. I am dependent on the medicine to replace my thyroid.