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BirdmanSam

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Posted: 2/18/2020 6:11:03 PM
 
Lst fall I convinced my Endo to let me increase my Armour from 90 mg to 135 mg a day.  This the first result since that change:

TSh = .01`
FT4=  1.0
FT3 = 3.3

You can go to the vault here to see my past results.

His concern was that I might incur more heart arrhythmias.  I still have occasional 10 to 20 beat/min increases while exercising that last just a few seconds to several minutes, this seems to be about the same as when I was on 90 mg Armour.  Since I am exercising at about 85 to 90 beats per minute on a elliptical or treadmill, if I wasn’t wearing a heart rate monitor I wouldn’t know this had happened.
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Posted: 2/29/2020 10:58:15 AM
 
I hate to admit it, but I believe your endocrinologist is right. 

It is generally not a good idea to allow TSH to dip below 0.2 mIU/L, else it does indeed risk arrhythmias and osteoporosis. 


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