About Me: Female, 61, Hampstead, MD, member since Oct 2012
I am 55 soon to be 56 and had my thyroid removed because I had 5 nodules that needed to come out. One was cancerous. I have had a series of unfortunate events happen to me since 2006. I lost my dad and mom then I lost my job and my husband lost his job and my daughter w
[More]as giving us a rough time. I became depressed and am still seeing a psyhchiatrist and a therapist since 2007 to the present. I have had several surgeries adrenal gland, hysterectomy, gall bladder, and a throidectomy. Life has been a struggle. My husband went back to work recently after loseing his job in June. I have been trying to find a job been working out of my house for a long time doing graphic arts and have not been getting any jobs. it is hard to fill up my days.
"I am talking about the time between tests my doctor said according to my blood levels my pituitary glad says I am starved for thyroid chemicals (not sure if that is the right terminology) but I have to wait 25 days to do another blood te..."
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