About Me: Female, 32, Hamilton, New Zealand, member since Feb 2013
I am a happily married 28 year old with two daughters 10 and 1 1/2. I am currently starting a cheer and dance business and work part-time at our local school. At the age of 8, i was diagnosed with a underactive thyroid condition and have this tested offen. i have signed
[More] up with this sight because Currently a neurologist is studing my case as over the past 10 Years after having my first child i started to have black outs. The hospital has made me feel very uncomfortable about talking about this so i have come here hoping for some help.
"Dose anyone that has a thyoid condition get blackout or hot flushes and feel like you may black out? As i was tole i had a underactive thyroid at 7 years old and at 19 year old after my first daughter i started to black out with these on..."
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