Cervical cancer at age 25, ovarian cyst at age 28, asthma/chronic bronchitis at age 27, enlarged pituitary at age 30, hypothyroidism at age 32, fibrocystic breast disease at age 34, hibernoma cyst removed at age 37, cystic left kidney at age 38. My endocronologist moved
[More] away several years ago, he kept me on a low dose of synthroid and my family practitioner won't give me synthroid now cause Iam within normal limits, I have gained 60 lbs, have no energy and stay depressed all the time. Life ***** like this, even my hair is falling out, my joints ache. And now my eye sight has started changing, I have to wear reading glasses. Not to mention the initial reason I came to this site, the palms of my hands and the soles of my feet are cover in little blisters, the skin is thick on them, they are tender and itch. I need help. This isn't all of it either, this just gets me started.
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