Well it took me 12 weeks but I am UND! I knew when I walked in my doctors office and got the thumbs up from my nurse that I could breathe again!
I am actually doing well. The only results out of the normal range are:
TSH - 6.34 (normal range 0.40-4.5). Am now on Thyroid med.
White Count - 2 (normal range 3.8 - 10.8)
Platelets - 78 (hasn't changed since week 4)
Neutrophils - 1020 (normal range 1,500 - 1,800)
Lymphocyts - 620 (normal range 850-3,900)
Eosinophils - 0 (normal range 15-500)
I had to laugh. I took a couple of days of vacation to either celebrate or lick my wounds and while I wanted to celebrate after I got my results the rash, my back and my tummy had other ideas. BUT, today feels really good even though I am back at work :-) Hey but again, I feel really, really good. And it is so nice to eat normal and although my energy is still down I am walking again twice a day.
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