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Munch
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Just wondering if anyone had their hormones go back to normal after treatment?

I recently had a huge spike in my T3 & T4 levels. I was told I no longer need to treat low thryoid & low adrenals. I have never felt great on T4 supplementation, just T3 worked great and so did hydrocortisone.

I had Borrelia since I was a child and no I didn't imagine all those tests that said my thryroid function was too low.

Then the adrenals took a dump on me too.

I've been supplementing growth hormome since failing a stim test for growth hormone release.

I treated +Lyme & Babs sx for 5 1/2 years then stopped when my WB came back Neg.

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I just got on thyroid meds. Was low normal for far too long. "Low normal" is not really normal when you have ALL the symptoms of low thyroid.

I'm still on Cortef also .. no lyme treatment for the past 11 yrs .. going on 12.

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