--- In lowdosenaltrexone@
> Hi, I'm sorry to hear you've had a worsening of symptoms, especially
> since some of us who were hypothyroid have experienced prompt
> improvement. By Hashi's antibodies I assume you mean the TPO
> antibodies. If they behave like the TSH receptor antibodies involved
> in Graves' disease (of which I had a hypothyroid phase), we are told
> they can stay in the bloodstream for as long as 3 1/2 months, which
> suggests you may need to wait longer to get an accurate count.
> Best wishes,
> Nicole B., hypothyroid for 2 1/2 years after taking antithyroid meds
> for Graves'.
> --- In lowdosenaltrexone@
> <jlcandrb@> wrote:
> > As I promised I am sharing my results of taking LDN.
> > After 4 weeks of LDN for Sjogrens/Hashimotos
> > Sjogrens Dryness - Skin/Eyes/Mouth has noticeably worsened
> > Hashimotos Antibodies increasing - before LDN 640 after 4 weeks LDN
Please dont be sorry for me :)..Ive been searching about antibody
lifecycle but not much luck have you a link..quite interested in
The hashimotos is one thing, personally for me the Sjogrens is the one
I really hoped would ease..but as I say I will give it a bit longer.
Thanks for posting
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