Just trying to get ahold of you. This is me 100% There are a lot of us suffering out there. Trying to get a group, maybe then together we can get help for this. Hopefully in our lifetime, if not, for future sufferers. Hope to hear from you soon.
Just a quick note to say hi!
I just read your blog about your many symptoms. I'm sorry for your suffering, truly. So much of what you describe sounds to me like thyroid. I can't believe your dr. hasn't ordered a nuclear study of the thyroid. I also take ambien for anxiety throughout the day. I take 90 mg. spread out over the day, and have done so for 6 years. Is this a good idea? Probably not...but it is the only thing that keeps me feeling good, keeps me from vomiting and having stomach pain all day and also gets rid of the panic attacks. I have severe agoraphobia and would not leave my home if I wasn't on something. It's given me a life, and in so many respects has taken it, too. I think it's time to seek out a new dr. and I think you are on far too many meds.
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