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Testing for new numbers after missing pills


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I am currently have been taking Armour for about 60 days after possibly under potent NatureThroid.
I forgot to take my pills with me on a trip, so I missed taking my pills for 4 days.
I was planning to retest to check all of my numbers again. 
Since I missed those 4 days, how long do I have to wait before testing to check to see if I am still hypo?
Do I have to wait 30 days or something?
 
Thanks,

Debi
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You should wait 3 weeks to allow your values to achieve a "steady state," Debi. 
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Thanky you, Dr. Davis!
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