Married, 2 children both with thyroid disease, 2 Grandsons, Twin Grandaughters -Just
Thyroid condition since 2005, diagnosed after my Pituitary Surgery. Multiple Condtio
[More]ns! I now have a terminal lung disease that there is no cure for. I intend on beating it! ~sass~
You deserve a big bear hug! Hey! Great to hear from you. Not good you're not doing well though. Me? Well, um, it's been interesting! Lots has happened...some great, some not so great. Life must go on I guess. Seeing my doctor weekly at the moment. At least I'm getting somewhere I guess!!
Hey its been rough. I had my thyroid out a few days ago. I kept going hyper and my goiter was choking me. Now, I have fluid under the incision so the swelling is causing me to have a lot of trouble. Surgery was okay, but I was hyperthyroid and my heart raced after the surgery and through the night. I hope things will get better =(. How have you been?
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