Levo gave me palps badly and I stopped the Nutri too but palps stil continued till I stopped Levo.
It is good your GP has at least prescribed some Armour. Do you have a copy of your latest thyroid gland blood tests complete with ranges to post here so that someone may comment upon them.
These links are about low-dose of thyroid hormones and if you cursor down to read the questions dated
November 28, 2003
I advise all patients such as you to persuade their doctors to prescribe a product that contains both T4 and T3, such as Armour or Thyrolar. I also advise them to see to it—one way or another—that they take a high enough dose for it to be effective. Otherwise, the patients are almost certain to continue suffering
August 13, 2002
Dr. Lowe: No doctor can intelligently decide what a patient should do with her thyroid hormone dosage solely by the results of thyroid lab tests. We can make informed decisions about dosage only when we know the patient's clinical status and have the results of physical exam procedures. Most endocrinologists and other conventional doctors would likely disagree with me about this. But their belief that they can determine correct dosages solely by lab test results is a major reason that millions of hypothyroid patients chronically suffer from hypothyroid symptoms despite taking thyroid hormone. I wish you success in your treatment.