About Me: Female, 48, London, United Kingdom, member since Nov 2009
I blog about being hypothyroid on thyroid-hope.blogspot.com. Diagnosed August 2009 with under active thyroid and have a family history of same, older brother and sister have been on medication for over 20 years. my mother died around the age I am now, 43, with some kind
[More] of unknown auto immune disease, her records had not been kept by the time I was old enough to ask about them...so I've been a bit freaked out about it all.. now nearly a year later I know a lot more and I'm not as ill as I was but I'm still learning and trying to get the best treatment that will work for me, as well as struggling to lose some excess weight that may or may not be down to the thyroid, I'm super happy to be able to share and learn here and on my blog.
Hi! That job lasted 4 months. They hired me for change and then didn't want it. Not a good fit. My marriage just broke up too so am planning a move back to my hometown to be around family and look for a job there. Very stressful but I will make it through.
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