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Thyroid Shouts

Post Published: 28 August 2010
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Category: thyroid literary
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Instead of doing an extensive healing (Thyme for Literary Healing) or posting what’s been written (Thyrants and Thyraves), we thought that we would do something a bit different today and see how we feel about it.

In 1 sentence tell your thyroid OFF, forgive your thyroid or tell your thyroid how much you love him/her.

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8 Responses to “Thyroid Shouts”

  1. Sara Broers says:

    I’m still hunting for some normalization~ Get back here NOW!

  2. You can still kiss my ass.

  3. Rachel says:

    I actually miss my thyroid, I had hyperthyroidism when I was about 22’ish. I lost sooo. Much weight, I had just given birth to #3 and within a year I witteled down to 5’6 at 110pounds. The doctors tried many doses of meds but I could not stop losing the weight, and not to mention the 16 hours of sleep daily! It was miserable! I had never been so skinny and so tired. Finally, radioactive iodine became the cure, welcome hypothyroidism! At 20ish I thought this was the cure, did not think there was an adverse effect. Well happy pill popping forever.

  4. Mary says:

    I radiated you I radiated my eyes so I could see again. Now here you are again growing messing with my head and health. Now they tell me NO MORE radiation gotta watch out for Mr. Big C. Just wish you would have stayed dead. Seems this party just isn’t over yet. Damn.

  5. Justi says:

    Hey thyroid, and your stinky tumor…SUCK IT!

  6. HDinOregon says:

    Heeeellooooooo Thyrooooiiiiiid! – Since it is gone, all I hear is an eerie echo
    🙁

  7. Linda B Reed says:

    Mine is gone now…don’t miss it, but sure wish its long-term effects weren’t still negatively affecting my life! :\

  8. Donna says:

    I’m making it without you, took me awhile but just like old boyfriends that eventually get replaced you are too. I’m making this new pill of mine do your job, he is still in training but we are going to build a relationship that might just work better than ours did towards the end.

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