About Me: Female, 39, Yuma, AZ, member since Jan 2013
I'm a military wife, mother, and educational specialist currently living in Yuma, Arizona. I'm originally from New Jersey; however, have spent the past 10 years moving around with my husband and our 4 year-old son. I've always had anxiety and depression issues, and re
[More]cently was diagnosed with both Hashimoto's Disorder and Graves Disease. I'm not really sure where to go from here. I'm just trying to sort all of this out. Thanks for any support/advice that anyone give me :)
"I've been taking antidepressants and benzos for years, due to my depression and anxiety. I've taken gaba and have had neurofeedback, both unsuccessful in helping me mentally/emotionally. I will look into your suggestions on the thyroid..."
"I posted my reference range in a separate post. Thanks so much for your response! Dr. said (in her words), that my thyroid looked "ratty". She hasn't thrown out the Graves diagnosis, as my radioactive iodine scan showed that my thyroid..."
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