I've been hypothyroid since I was 19 years old after getting mono. Went 3 years without a dx then I started on Armour and did very well for the next few years. Stress caused my mono to relapse (chronic EBV) and my body stopped using thyroid meds. I've now relapsed 2 tim
[More]es over the course of 12 years since my initial illness and learning a little more each time as to the cause and ways to get back on track. Switched to Erfa a little while back after Armour was reformulated and didn't work as well.
Hello. I read your comments on the EBV forum. My case sounds very similar to yours. I first got it in 2001, when I was 22. I just turned 32, and I'm on my 4th or 5th relapse. It's so frustrating. My thryoid started going haywire during my second relapse when I was about 27. My biggest sypmtom when I reactivate is FATIGUE. It can be so bad. Anyway, just wanted to say hi, and that I totally can relate. :)
chels...thanks for writing...I have actually taken my daughter to over 10 doctors already, including chiropractor, and unfortunately nothing has stopped her daily vomiting. The last few days have been really bad. She will usually keep at least something down, but sometimes that's not the case...like the last few days. I appreciate your advice, and we are still searching for a doc that will see it for what it is and not call it bulimia. I wish you all the best, honey! You are in my prayers!
I am so relieved to hear that you didn't get the vaccine and that you are so wise for your age! I do know that there are legal documents that you can obtain to keep from having your child from being vaccinated. If you can't find it on internet, contact the moderator on the website I sent you. She has all kinds of information on things like that and would know your rights! Great job!!!
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