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Thyrella, You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

Post Published: 10 July 2009
Category: Dear Thyroid Letters
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Dear Thyroid;

For about 30 years now we’ve had an off-again, on-again relationship. We’ve had our ups and downs, but in the end you failed me, you didn’t hold up.

Then, you deserted me and left me swollen and exhausted in bed, my heart broken.

Well, it’s over. I don’t need you anymore.

I have a new love, a new focus every day I am in reverent awe of your replacement, a little green pill.

Ahh, and you thought I couldn’t live without you. How wrong you were! You threatened to shrivel and die go right ahead you were never reliable to start with. Your replacement, well he’s always there for me.

You threatened to make me suffer without you well, ha, ha look at me now! With my little green pill I am better than I ever was!

No, we can’t just be friends, this is the end, and I’m not wishing you well for all you’ve never done for me.

Never yours again,


(Bio) I was diagnosed and began treatment for hypothyroidism in late 2006. ,  Like so many, I had many, many years of that “up and down” existence, until I turned up in a doctor’s office with a big enough goiter, edema and cardiac complications to catch his attention as being “overtly” hypothyroid. ,  I have been stable on replacement for almost 2 years now, and moderate on BluButterfli’s Thyroid Disease Chat Center…

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