Bloopdoop

303d

About half a year into finding the right levothyroxine dose, and I’m still so tired all the time. Does anyone have any treatment options that have worked really well?

Naltrexone

Hypothyroidism

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  • IzzyBell

    303d

    You may need t3 medication. You could be not converting from T4 to to T3 well. A T3 medication like cytomel skips that process and gives you the active thyroid hormone directly. Also look into armour thyroid. It’s bio identical and not synthetic like Levo. Also look for a naturopathic medical doctor instead. They are up to date on thyroid treatment unlike Endos

  • Bloopdoop

    302d

    Thank you! Right now I’m only seeing my PCP, so I should probably find at least someone who specializes. Is that a simple blood test to determine if my T3 and T4 are okay? Can I ask my PCP to run that? I think they only run TSH right now

  • Gigivivi

    302d

    I had this problem and am now on Armour Thyroid, which has T1, T2, T3, and T4 in it. I couldn’t convert from T3 to T4 as the other member mentioned. Once I switched I felt like a whole new person

  • Malakeet

    302d

    I use Armour now. Was on NP, but can’t find it anymore. Synthetics don’t work for me at all. Wishing you good health.

  • CrimsonBby

    292d

    My tsh levels were fine but I was still exhausted all the time. I got on low dose naltrexone 2 mg and my energy came back so quickly! I feel so great now. You should really try it, it really made a big difference for me.

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