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    Hitting a wall after med intake in a.m.
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    klx650 posted:
    I have yet to get my thyroid levels stable for 3 years. Half of my thyroid is removed and it has been a nightmare to get consistency. I have tried Synthroid (every brand), Armour, Cytomel, & now with somewhat better results are on a Canandian Thyroid. However, with any of these I seem to hit this wall 2 hours after I take it & need to take a nap in the morning. This wall is nearly impossible to overcome without a nap. *I currently take 30 mg. of Canadian Thyroid & 60 mg. of Cytomel Any thoughts?

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