About Me: Male, 40, balto, MD, member since Sep 2011
I'm 36 yr old male. I'm very artistic and am trying to learn to tattoo. I used to be very energetic and now barely feel like doing anything due to lack of energy. I smoke and have a thyroid problem that I take medicine for. I want to be me again and stop feeling sick a
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