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Thyrilocks and the 2 Little Pills

Post Published: 08 November 2010
Category: Dear Thyroid Letters
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Dear Thyroid;

Once upon a time there was a sluggish little Thyroid named Thyrilocks. She was wandering through the doctor’s office one day feeling very sleepy, very foggy, and well, just all out of sorts.

She came across two little pills. One was purple with .175 on it and the other was pink with .200 on it. Thyrilocks tried the little pink pill which made her heart race, her hair fall out, she became out of breath and decided that this little pill was too much…

Then Thyrilocks tried the little purple pill and it made her so tired, so confused, so cold, and so sad, that Thyrilocks decided this little pill was too little.

So Thyrilocks decided to try flip flopping both her little pills having one little pink pill one day and one little purple pill the next day and after a few weeks Thyrilocks was feeling much better and decided that this way was well…just right!

(Bio) Renee’ Blancq: A Hashi sufferer for 25 years, 24 of which they (all the lovely medical professionals I’d seen) didn’t know it was Hashimoto’s causing my Hypothyroidism or really didn’t care to find out…Since I survived Hurricane Katrina I figure I should be able to survive my thyroid…in theory that is.

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2 Responses to “Thyrilocks and the 2 Little Pills”

  1. Amanda says:

    Great letter Renee! I hope you have continued success with your medications.


  2. Judanna says:

    Very well written Renee` !

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