I am a 27 year old mommy of 2 that feels so lost and alone in life suffering from hypothyroidism, adreanal fatigue, hormone imbalances, PCOS, chronic lower back pain, and last but not least DEPRESSION...
just wanted to say hello and Ive read some of your posts. Congrats on getting some insurance. I also am on medicare and medicaid. I have a terrible problem too with my thyroid and back pain from back surgery. I know what you are going through. God Bless and feel better soon.
Just a quick note to say hi! I am so sorry that you are still suffering...I have a thyroid condition too, and the fatigue is crazy...I don't know if you take vitamins, but the B Complex with 1000mg's of B-12 time release has saved my life! You can find the time released capsules at Wal-Mart for about 3 Bucks, it's made by Spring Valley...good luck and I hope this helps you like it helped me.
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