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Old 09-09-2007, 11:55 PM
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Default Throgen Injection and Synthroid

I have a question I just had a radioactive iodine tracer and Whole body scan using throgen injection. I was off my synthroid for almost 7 weeks. I started to get very weak. My blood pressure dropped and I could hardly function. I was told three days later about the results of my scan not a trace of cancer. First of all I do not have a thyroid and had tall cell varient of papillary carconomia in the nect structure. <br><br>I started my synthroid back and the third day I have symptons of dizzness and dis oriented. Is that from going back on the synthroid or is that side affects from the thyrogen? I really had a rough time. I don't remember having this much trouble when I had the first treatment other than being a little tired. Why so much trouble now. I just need to know why I am feeling so miserable
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