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Comment Of The Day: July 3, 2010

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Today’s Thyrants and Thyraves post, with a few questions to boot, were replete with patients lamenting, raving and asking questions about their concerns related to their condition. If you missed it and you’d like to add a rant/rave or share some tips with a few of our wonderful thyrellas and thyfellas, please do.

Today’s comment…

Linda says:

Ar I have reatless leg problems two things help me cope with its hot out. (different in winter, hot hot bath the best) Sleep on the couch. Slide down so you can push your feet against the arm of the sofa. This will help them from moving and hurting. Also eat a banana, this can help too. xxxxfeeling your pain, Linda

Tomorrow, Sarah Downing’s column, FLYING WITH BROKEN WINGS is being published. This one is not to be missed. We have a letter being published regarding UK thyroid care. Stick around.

The countdown for butterfly-graphs has begun. Only 7 days left to get those entries in. We’ve received several and we’re only accepting 20, so get those literary juices flowing. The prize is wonderful, an original painting by Allyson Averell.

If you haven’t written a Dear Thyroid Letter or you’d like to write another one, we have space in July…

Love,

Katie

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