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    How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    I thought it would be good to see how everyone is feeling at the moment

    I'm feeling good I hope your all feeling well too
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    Re: How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    Hiya hon
    You sound upbeat which is great.
    I have a feelign that re the convo i had with you and my breathing one of the most disturbing symptoms I have might not be entirely thyroid related. It could be hormonal as the hormones are the keys to all the body's cells but I am going to do as you advised and get my chest looked at again.
    I am more alert more energetic but I am having terrible sugar handling problems.

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    Re: How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    My problem is that I'm suffering from severe menopausal hot flushes/sweats - or am I? I only found out recently that flushes can be a side-effect of thyroxine (I'm on 100mcg/day, have been for years). I'm 66, so it's been a long menopause, if that is what the problem is

    It's 11 o'clock at night, I had my breakfast an hour or so ago. I'm totally disrupted and they've put me on the scrap-heap (she wailed self-pityingly ).

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    Re: How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    Good for you Ric and Dawn.

    For me 3rd night in a row and suddenly no sleep at all

    God knows what happened, the only thing I reduced was DHEA from 75mcg to 0 and that was it......till last week I was feeling very good.

    Oh well there is hope....may be next week is gonna bring some happy days.

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    Re: How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    I am feeling good right now, not 100% by any means and have to be careful just how much I do,
    but am now going out places.

    When I take the dogs out instead of sitting on a park bench and throwing a ball, I can walk anything
    from 1 to 1.1/2 miles (Used to do about 5 miles a day before TD) and have lost 2.1/2 stone since the
    very bad days.

    Yes, at the moment I am feeling pretty good, long may it last.

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    Re: How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    Quote Originally Posted by clemenzina
    My problem is that I'm suffering from severe menopausal hot flushes/sweats - or am I? I only found out recently that flushes can be a side-effect of thyroxine (I'm on 100mcg/day, have been for years). I'm 66, so it's been a long menopause, if that is what the problem is

    It's 11 o'clock at night, I had my breakfast an hour or so ago. I'm totally disrupted and they've put me on the scrap-heap (she wailed self-pityingly ).

    clemenzina

    I have exactly the same symptoms as you! I've been looking on-line today to see if I could find a solution, but it seems that you have resolved it for me. I've had these flushes/sweats for about 15 years with no let-up. It is comforting to know that I am not alone with this.

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    Re: How are you feeling on your meds right now?

    Wierd but my hot flushes got worse on hc and armour.

    Armour at first even started my period again, wierd stuff this hormonal thing.

    Hope you find an answer

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