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Re: the hypertensive part.. rsk Phillipa

Posted by rskontos on June 4, 2009, at 21:59:36

In reply to Re: the hypertensive part.. rsk rskontos, posted by Phillipa on June 3, 2009, at 21:13:43

> Armiour thyroid? My endo would have a fit. But this doctor Md ob-gyn that I'm seeing for bioidentical hormones likes it as well as the compounding pharmacy. There is a site forgot how I found it that you get news letters from goes into the whole endrocrine system and like amiour. Woman to Woman is the name. Try googling and sign up. Lucky you I've never had a facial, pedicure or manicure. Need a massage for my aching back. Love Phillipa

Yep armour. I was on it for about 11 months. It worked. But not completely. My new GI I saw today said yep most endo's don't like armour. His suggestion was to going ahead take the new meds and then on the 6 weeks checkup if things are back to being out of balance then have a discussion with him that armour made it much better than the Levoyl. I thought that was good advice.

And I have to go in next week for an entire upper and lower gi scope. Oh boy can't wait.

He says yes there might be some abdominal aorta calcification going on but no wonder due to my other colon (my collitis he said was poorly treated) and my abdominal issues.

I think I liked him. I have seen many GI specialists and he was quirky and I liked it. A nice intelligent curious kind of quirky. He smiled nicely. I did not even mind the uncomfortable exam too much. I could have done without it but he put me at ease.

I have been going to Womentowomen for years now. Its' a great site and it is were I order my progrestrone creme. Which the endo was ok with. I bought it to show him.

Hey if I was rich I would treat you to all of them. They make you feel so pampered. My DH has bought me two packages and then told me to go as often as I needed to help with my anxiety.

But of course, I have taken him up on that offer but not too much. I haven't had that many facials or pedicures but I do love them.



ps I really like his nurse practioner, she told me that I did not look my age :) that is always nice to hear. The ER doc told me the same thing. Might go to my head all these compliments.




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