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  • I detest having thyroid issues!

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    11 posts, 9 voices, 1207 views, started Oct 1, 2008

    Posted on Wednesday, October 1, 2008

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      Hi Everyone!  

      I absolutely hate having an underactive thyroid! When your thyroid gland is messed up, it makes your life a living hell! It makes you FAT! It makes you DEPRESSED! I don’t yell and get mad very often, but today is our day ladies to BITCH IT ALL OUT!!!  Yes!!!! I feel better already!!!

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          Dee Dee Shaw wrote Oct 1, 2008
        • If you are interested in trying something natural (and guaranteed) I may have an answer to your frustrations. My mom actually was able to get off of Synthroid (sp?) after many years of taking it.  

          Sharing Hope,

          Dee Dee



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          Shopgirl1960 wrote Oct 1, 2008
        • I would be interested in your natural supplement Dee Dee.

          Thank You In Advance!

          Della



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          Dee Dee Shaw wrote Oct 1, 2008
        • Della,
          Because big pharma doesn’t want the truth to be known, much of the research and educational materials we have has been deemed ‘noncompliant‘. To me that means we must be a threat!
          Anyway, if you want more information a good presenation is available at youtube:

          There are several parts, and all worth watching. There is also a presentation there by Dr. Reg McDaniel that is very good.
          More general info about the company can be found here:
          www.allaboutmannatech.com
          If you want to order you can go to
          www.sweetlanguageoflife.com - becoming an associate offers the deepest discounts. If you decide you want to go that route, let me know and I’ll help you pick the best option.
          No matter which way you order - retail, member, or associate, there is still a 6 month, 100% satisfaction guarantee.  

          Sharing Hope,

          Dee Dee



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          Cheryl Phillips wrote Oct 1, 2008
        • My mom had thyroid issues, Ellen. It really was tough on her. She flip flopped between hyper and hypo....

          I hope you are feeling ok today....



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          Almostfive0 wrote Oct 15, 2008
        • I was diagnosed with hyperthyroid about 14 years ago. I didn’t want to take the prescribed radioactive iodine so I decided I would change my diet, start an exercise program and take better control of the stress in my life.
          All of this helped with my symptoms but my thyroid continued to deteriorate so I grudgingly did the radioactive iodine.
          I hated the thought of putting something like that in my body...I’m one of those people who don’t even like to take anything for a headache unless it’s a last resort.
          After the treatment I went ten years without any problems. I attribute this to totally changing my outlook on life. I cut down my work load, really paid attention to what I put in my body and just overall started taking better care of me instead of trying to make the rest of world happy. I think the biggest change was deciding to move to the Caribbean and start doing the things that I had always dreamed of doing.
          It wasn’t until nine years later I started allowing stress to take over again that my thyroid slipped into hypothyroid and started taking Synthroid which I hate. I have been taking it for about two years and decided last week to start weaning myself from it. So far all is well.
          I know that there are natural therapy’s out there and would like to research them more but for now I will focus my intentions on being healthy and letting my body heal.
          Thanks for the info. Dee Dee
          Peace.



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          Tori Santos wrote Oct 23, 2008
        • I have hypo and I have been adjusting my dose for abou two years now I feel for you.



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          Ghislaine Smith wrote Oct 23, 2008
        • almostfiveo, have you thought of doing a cleansing and that’s for every single one of you?

          Take a look at my website and read the information with no obligation: www.gee07.isagenix.com



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          Eringirlfriday wrote Oct 1, 2009
        • Hallalulah Sister.  I was diagnosed 6 years ago but suspect that my thyroid issues started after I delivered my daughter 20 years ago. I have lived my life with this problem stalking me, always looming and taking my pill is the most important thing I do in my day. Recently, my full blown symptoms returned and I spent a month wishing I was in a straight jacket. I am on Armour thyroid and when symptoms returned I called the doctor, searched the internet, filled with the FDA, contacted the manufacturer and filled a complaint and howled at the moon. It’s all over the internet how the manufacturer has messed with the tried and true formulation of armour thyroid and numerous users of this med are having their full blown symptoms resurface. This was me. Are any of you on Armour Thyroid and how are you dealing with the reformulation and what are you doing about the shortag going on right now. I would really like to hear from you if you are in this same situation. Please friend me, I would very much like to hear your experiences.



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          Tori Santos wrote Oct 1, 2009
        • My thyroid went out of control  after having a set of steroid epiderols and has not been under control since. First I lost 65 lbs then in three weeks I gained 25lbs and its not pretty and the mood swings are from HELLLLLLLLLL



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