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Re: Is Iodine enough?
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Published: 11 years ago
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Re: Is Iodine enough?

Iodine is really the only thing besides probably a lot of herbs (and I don't react well to herbs)that I haven't tried. I have tried Naturthroid alone. It causes me to have heart palpitations and increased joint pain at higher doses. I think I am one of those people that need more T4. This is why I thought Iodine would be helpful as I have read in the research that when Iodine deficient T4 production is what suffers the most. However, I also have a reverse T3 problem and I have tried all T3 (horrible). My cortisol problem has been marginal-although I have not tested it since chelation. I have been on hydrocortisone before (up to 30 mg) and this was when I was on Naturthroid only and I still had the problems with palps. I hated the cortisol and don't want to go down that road again. I followed all the suggestions on the natural hormones board at Yahoo and stupidly I kept pushing the Naturthroid past 2 grains when I wasn't being helped by it because everyone needs at least 2 grains right? (being sarcastic) and I got very hyperthroid (this was all while pregnant egads-thank god my little girl seems to be alright). Adrenal rebuilder was helpful and I may go back on that especially now that I see how hard the Iodine detox is. Meditation I have not tried and would probably be a good thing if I can discipline myself!

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