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Friday, 26 January 2007


Dude. Everyone has the right to whine now and then. God knows I've done my fair share lately.

Whine away, chica. You are more than entitled. And It IS interesting how close so many of those symptoms are to hypothyroid. I'll have to keep an eye out to see if my new dosage produces any of those S/Es.


Hey Millie - I just caught up on reading and I'm so sorry that you've been feeling crappy. You are totally entitled to feel the way you do and to vent about the way you feel. And I'm so glad that there are so many lovely readers out there to give you the love and encouragement you deserve.

No kicks in the ass here.


Dear Millie, wow, I'm so glad you got this diagnosis! Thyroid problems can really drive you round the bend -- physically and mentally. But it really does sound like you're narrowing down to the right dosage, and that's a good thing. I hope this new adjustment takes care of it -- and that everything else starts looking up for you, too.

Yes, get back to work immediately and stop slacking off hahaha! I am so jealous you have the time to go to jam-making classes. Rhubarb and ginger or any kind of marmalade are my faves but can it be sugar-free????

you are not whiny. really, my dear. really.

i'm hoping the change in meds can help you a bit...i'm amazed that all those symptoms can be associated with hypothyroidism. who knew?

It is amazing how much havoc the thyroid can wreak on our bodies! I have had the Hashimoto's variety of hypothyroidism for over 10 years. I know it's time to schedule an appt with the my Dr. Endo when my heart seems to be beating super fast or I have trouble falling asleep at night. I am now at 100 micrograms. Good luck!!

I am sorry you are dealing with this and feeling all those symptoms.
I have thyroid issues too - for a while I was swinging between hyper and hypo, but I never had any symptoms. I was put on a low dose of Synthroid (75 mcg 5 days a week) to try to keep the TSH level and that seemed to help (although I dropped back down to 0.01 last week so they took me off the meds all together). Anyway, I hope the days off and then the lower dose will help you get back to that normal 1-2 range.

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