Yes i'm doing it all, the bitters, herbs, b vits etc, so i'm cleansing the liver and building the adrenals, so it might disappear in time. It looks like i forgot to remove some eyeshadow, and i have to cover it up.
iodine did not work for me.
My hypo is estrogen/menopause related. The only thing i'm not using is the lecithin granuels and tyrosine, i actually have some in my fridge, but i think it is out of date.
Then bitters are going to be the most important thing to do. You can also send me a message with an e-mail address if you want my write up on hormone balance. It is two pages long and provides various tips on balancing the hormones.
I bought it for the lumps under my skin, thinking it might break those down, but because it was from soya, and i was avoiding soya at the time, i didn't actually use it.
Soy is not dangerous. I posted a little while ago on here about soy myths.
I might start taking the tyrosine. I did take it in a thyroid formula once.
Remember empty stomach at least 30 minutes before meals.
I suppose that will be a sign that everything is working for me if that eventually disappears. I wonder if the lumps under skin are lipid deposits also, i suspected but thought they might be calcium deposits.
No, they are lipid deposits.
Pantothenic Acid is B5 isn't it, do i need to take extra of this apart from what is in normal B complex?
Yes, it is B5. And yes, a B complex is fine. You will get more from foods. Rice bran, oat bran, and nutritional yeast are all good sources of B vitamins. The brans also feed the flora, which also play a role in balancing the hormones.
Also does that mean i could have high cholesterol?
I had a home test, but i couldn't get enough blood out of finger to fill the well, so ruined it.
One test will not give you an answer anyway. You need a series of tests and then average them out. This is because cholesterol fluctuates widely throughout the day. Things such as stress, pain, and caffeine or other stimulants will shoot the cholesterol up really quick.