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Unread 01-31-2010, 08:18 AM
Extremely tired

Hi there. I had my complete hyst. on May 29, 2009. I started with HTR using the patch. I stopped using the patch in November because it was irritating my skin so much. At first things seemed pretty good. Lately though, I am just so tired. I can't make it through the day without a nap. I am also in a deep brain fog.

I'm trying to figure out if stopping the HTR is the blame. Or, maybe it is my thyroid. I have been on Synthroid for about 10 years and my dosage hasn't changed much. I haven't had my thyroid tested since the surgery, so maybe that is it?

Will things get better after my body adjusts to no HTR? Or, should I start back with HTR?

Any help you have would be appreciated.

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Unread 02-01-2010, 03:47 PM
Re: Extremely tired

When it comes to hrt, one size does not fit all. Just because a particular patch didn't work out for you, doesn't mean that another one would have the same effect. Not all patches are made the same. Also, you do have many other options for hrt besides a patch.

It may be worthwhile to have your thyroid rechecked also as something may have changed in that area since your surgery.

You can read more about hormones and thyroid in the articles at www.hormonejungle.com


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