Have hypo and been taking Nature-Throid for 4 weeks now...32.5mg. And my hair is still not growing back. My other symptoms are getting better but me losing my hair is just as bad as the other symptoms. Should I be taking a higher dose? I also been taking 5000 mcg of Biotin, 500 mg of vitamin C, 50 mg of Zinc and a Woman's Ultra Mega for hair,skin and nails for about 5 weeks now and my hair is still breaking off. I would love to hear what everyone has to say, because I'm at a loss?View Thread
Thanks Faith, I know I'm not the only one that is having to deal with this, but your right. Your self confidence is shot. I have been wearing clip on hair extensions, until I get this figured out. You may want to try them. You may feel a little like you old self again. : ) I will talk to my Dr. about my iron levels and see if I need a boost, along with my iodine levels. Thanks for the support...View Thread
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