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Yep.
so what saved it?

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so what saved it?
I have no clue. I think what set it off was me supping iodine, and I stopped when I ran out and never got any more. I'm assuming that it started getting better at that point, but I wasn't tracking very well at that point.

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So dd being all off-balance then might have been a result of weird thyroid crashing milk, and back to normal thyroid might have fixed? Maybe the sprinkle of K was just coincidence? Or maybe it helped a little but wasn't the *key*?

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So dd being all off-balance then might have been a result of weird thyroid crashing milk, and back to normal thyroid might have fixed? Maybe the sprinkle of K was just coincidence? Or maybe it helped a little but wasn't the *key*?
Yeah, that's what I was thinking.... but I don't get *why*. Why would my thyroid affect her oxalates? Maybe it affected my oxalates and I was passing a ton through my milk or something?? Who knows.

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Yeah, that's what I was thinking.... but I don't get *why*. Why would my thyroid affect her oxalates? Maybe it affected my oxalates and I was passing a ton through my milk or something?? Who knows.
If it affected her, then affected your milk, but how? That's the sort of research that if I were a lab person, I'd love to do. I can think of a number of reasons - maybe it started using your nutrients differently, and so there was a different mix. Like if it depleted selenium which reduced antioxidants, or if it used up b6 or stopped converting something to the right form or... Or maybe it increased 'toxins' like oxalates or free radicals or something. Or just messed with mitochondria function. Is there thyroid hormone in milk?

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If it affected her, then affected your milk, but how? That's the sort of research that if I were a lab person, I'd love to do. I can think of a number of reasons - maybe it started using your nutrients differently, and so there was a different mix. Like if it depleted selenium which reduced antioxidants, or if it used up b6 or stopped converting something to the right form or... Or maybe it increased 'toxins' like oxalates or free radicals or something. Or just messed with mitochondria function. Is there thyroid hormone in milk?
yes, there is. thyroxine passes through milk.

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