"I had something similar when I had a miscarriage. I didn't know I was pregnant but out of no where I had intense abdominal pain with bleeding and then that. I went to the doctor and they did a pregancy test and the hcg hormone was still ..."
"Just FYI, fasting will not help you lose weight- in the long run you will actually gain because it slows your metabolism so much. When you have hypo your metabolism is already slow so this just makes it worse. You may lose in the beginni..."
Just a quick note to say hi! i was born without out a thyroid although the doctor always says that my my problem was noticed in time and i get regular cheakups ive always been very forgetfull and have periods where i become very tired even though i get enough rest also concentration hes never been good just courious to know if anybody else experieance these stmptoms
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