I'm 44 years old and a mother of two boys challenged with ADHD. I had been suffering from frequent periods of burn-outs until after a miscarriage symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome became a more permanent daily condition. In January 2008 I found out I have a goiter, a
[More] nodule and am positive for Hashimoto's Antibodies (but not elevated). I'm still researching and experimenting to find an effective treatment for my condition. I don't want this to be my main focus anymore because it becomes frustrating. I want to be able to trust God more in this trial and find the motivation and energy to love my children and to excercise my body and artistic talents.
Hi Katherine, I am finally back online, I just got your message and wanted to say hello back. I have been sick for some time and withing the last 2 months have been regaining my health, how are you doing?
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