[/quote]Pod wrote: ↑Wed Jul 11, 2018 7:37 pm[
I'm sorry to hear you're going through such a nightmare - can I point you in the direction of
I watched a documentary about CFS on Amazon prime and she was highly rated - her clinic is in wales
I wish you every success for relief xx
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I have all the symptoms of hypothyroidism ( extreme unexplained fatigue, malaise, weight gain, puffy face, brain fog, hair loss, etc) but all my thryoid blood tests are within normal range ( TSH, T3, T4, Reverse T3, antibodies )
I have done all blood tests possible and nothing has come up apart from signs of inflammation, which could be anything.
I have no food allergy/intolerance symtpoms, and no signs of lymes.
I take probiotics, vit B complex, magnesium, rhodiola for energy, but I still have awful days when I literally cant work/ get out.
I woud love to have feedback from women who have similar symptoms and see if you have managed to get out of this hell
thanks in advance
rainycitymum wrote: ↑Mon Aug 20, 2018 9:08 amI had been diagnosed with hypothyroidism for several years (was always borderline), and eventually it went away with taking a natural thyroid support medicine. I still had all my symptoms though, the exact same ones you have...went to see an endocrinologist and he immediately realised I must have a sleep disorder. Imagine my shock and disbelief! I took a sleep study for sleep apnoea and sure enough, that was the problem! If you're not getting proper sleep your body starts shutting down systems. I am now in the process of getting it treated and hope to feel better soon!!
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