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Hashimoto’s, I Win!

Post Published: 05 April 2012
Category: Dear Thyroid Letters
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Dear Thyroid,

This past holiday has marked one year since my diagnosis of Hashimoto’s/ Hypo.  I live a happy life despite you; I push to pretend that you don’t even exist! Occasionally, you get the better of me by constantly strangling my throat but I’ll make it through this! You try to get me down by zapping all of my energy and packing 40 pounds on my once fit frame.

Well guess what thyroid?  I have been exercising and eating right and have already lost ten of your pounds in just two weeks!  Then once I’ve lost all 40 pounds I will get my Endo to adjust my medicine to further push you to the side!

Written by, Stephen

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One Response to “Hashimoto’s, I Win!”

  1. Audrey says:

    Since cutting out the gluten and dairy, I’ve lost 17 pounds, without even trying. I’m just starting to get the energy back to exercise. Come summer, I may be back to my old weight again! Still have that strangling sensation in my throat, which is driving me insane! All of my improvement has come with changing my diet and using supplements. No doctor has offered thyroid medication, nor do I want it. I’d rather make as many lifestyle changes as I have to. Wish I could lose this throat congestion, though. Can’t sing with a constant frog in my throat!

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