All Blog Posts Tagged 'hypothyroid' (2)

Hashimoto’s & Me

I have been dealing with this for at least 8 years or more, maybe 20. And I don’t even know where to start in regards to my feelings. It is a mix emotions or horror, self pity, self doubt, even hatred, loads of anger, yet a clear understanding of myself.  I never lacked motivation, drive, or desire. But I have always lacked stamina.  I will get this urgency to say rearrange the whole house in a day, but I am exhausted for a month. Holidays are the same way for me.  And I am not talking just…

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Added by Zoila Nusbaum on July 6, 2011 at 5:57pm — No Comments

i feel weird

So...I feel weird. Not bad and not sick but just weird. I've been taking my T4 (genric Synthroid) since Wednesday, I believe. I hadn't really noticed any symptoms. Or rather, I noticed symptoms but I didnt want to verbalize anything. yet. Even at my age, I have a fast metabolism and I figured I would start seeing signs of a difference this weekend. And I did. I think. Of course, they…

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Added by Pam Margolis on July 18, 2010 at 4:38pm — No Comments

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