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Hypothyroid and Vitamin D
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Patti,

I REALLY doubt that your symptoms are JUST Symptoms of Vitamin D Deficiency.

But first of all, you are using Prescription Vitamin D which is NOT recommended. You should switch over to Vitamin D3 Supplements ASAP instead.

Next, you need to read my page on Vitamin D Deficiency Treatment because 6 weeks in NOT long enough to treat vitamin d deficiency and you need to make sure that your doctor checks your Vitamin D Level again to see where you are at.

Next, if you are feeling worse with Vitamin D Treatment, please read the Vitamin D Side Effects page and you'll see that it's likely that you are experiencing Signs of Magnesium Deficiency due to the conversion of vitamin d into its active form in the blood.

Please see my Magnesium Dosage page to see what the right dosage of magnesium is.

OK. Now, back to your other symptoms. If I'm right, Patti, your doctor told you that you have an enlarged and 'Greedy' thyroid, but NO thyroid dysfunction, is that right?

So, if this is the same person, then please respond that you read this far and we'll go from there. Read the information above about vitamin d and digest that before you start in on a bunch of information about why your doctor is COMPLETELY full of it about your thyroid and that there is likely a 99% chance that you DO have thyroid dysfunction and how to find out...



Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
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