Thyorry Seems to be the Hardest Thing to Say
You keep asking me why I am doing this to you. I am not doing anything to you, your own body is.
It started a while ago, I can, ´t even say when, but suddenly your body turned against me. Everyday a little piece of me vanished quietly without getting noticed by you. I tried to keep up and fight as long as I could, but that, ´s over now.
I know that you are suffering from fatigue, weight gain, a foggy brain and so many more life altering symptoms, but I didn, ´t know how to get your attention otherwise.
We thyroids are not always giving our hosts all that trouble on purpose.
There are cases when we are destroyed by your immune system. Sometimes those symptoms that you feel are our way of crying out for help.
That what, ´s happening to me too’ I am sorry to give you such a hard time.
I had to do this to make sure that you got the medical help you needed before I was completely gone.
Trust me; I liked spending time with you, even if I was under attack for most of it.
Those meds that you are taking now will help you to fight the symptoms I cause.
You will have to fight to make it through this. You will have to stay optimistic and positive. I know you can do this!
It won’t be long till I, ´m completely gone. I will try to stay around as long as I can, but once I, ´m gone, I hope you will remember me for being a part of you, a part that slowly faded away.
Please don, ´t remember me as the cause of all the trouble you are having now.
I wish I wouldn, ´t have had to put you trough this.
Keep your head up.
I know you will be feeling better soon,
Your little thyroid
(Bio) My name is Christina HÃƒ¼tten and I am 25 years old. I got diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease two weeks ago, but I have been dealing with it for a long time before that and there is almost nothing left of my thyroid.