OK. So you are reading all you can about thyroid issues since you feel you may have a thyroid problem yourself. Your doctor may have tested your blood in the past and told you "all is fine." But you have all the thyroid symptoms. So what do you do?
As for me, I had "goiter" (swelling of the thyroid) after a head on collision. So I knew there was an issue. I needed to delve deeper.
Working in the health atmosphere for years, so many women complained of unexplained weight gain, being tired all the time, lack of motivation, and brain fog. Yet, they were told nothing was wrong and it was just stress. Now what? Take a pill? No way.
There is a growing problem and most people do not understand their body well enough to realize just what the problem could be.
Much of the population is not educated about the symptoms that they are experiencing.
If these symptoms are not addressed and treated, they can lead to obesity, heart disease, depression, anxiety, hair loss, infertility, and more.
TALK TO A DOCTOR
from home. 24/7
After 18 years working in the health field as a Med/Surg Asst, I have seen many patients visit their doctor seeking answers but leaving with only a script in hand.
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