Do you think that you might have a thyroid problem? Are you already on thyroid medication but feel that it is not resolving your symptoms? Have you been taking L-thyroxine (T4) for a long time, yet still don't feel as you did before thyroid problems? Have you been told that your thyroid blood tests are normal and that your thyroid hormones are no longer a problem? You may have been told that you are going to have to accept the remaining symptoms or problems. You may even have been told that your symptoms now are being caused by something other than thyroid hormones.
There are solutions. This website has a lot of information - please take a look through it.
There are three books that form a complete, practical set, that will help thyroid patients understand and recover from hypothyroidism.
Here is how they fit together:
Recovering with T3 - still the best book for understanding, and using T3 treatment safely and effectively. Recovering with T3 contains a detailed protocol for using T3-Only to recover from hypothyroidism when other treatments have failed.
The CT3M Handbook - a companion book to Recovering with T3. It has more in-depth information on the Circadian T3 Method (CT3M) part of the protocol in Recovering with T3. CT3M can help many patients improve their cortisol levels.
The Thyroid Patient's Manual - a very practical book that will help thyroid patients from the point of learning about thyroid problems, through diagnosis, and then treatment with all types of thyroid medication. It is up to date with recent thyroid research studies, and stuffed-full of information that most patients are not aware of. Available end of May/early June via all good Internet booksellers.
There is no need to be condemned to permanent ill health - there are solutions and quick recovery is possible.