Hello, Anyone out there going through a bit of depression while waiting to get the right Synthroid dosage? I went from hyperthyroidism to hypo after nuclear ablation in December. It seems like it's taking forever to get my levels right. Also having trouble with weight gain and fat around my middle. Thanks for any info and/or advice! Glad I found this board.View Thread
Thanks, Paja. I hadn't heard that about depression for a year. I had stopped Prozac 20 mg around the time of the ablation so will just start it up again. This blue/depressed feeling comes and goes and makes sense it's the procedure. Now if I could just get the weight gain under control. I'm going to the gym 3 days a week, walking and eating right (1200 calories a day). HOPE it's not gonna be 40 lbs!! Do you also get hot and cold off and on? I find that it's rare times when I feel just right and not chilly or sweating.View Thread
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