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    Sheila: Did you say you had RAI three years ago and are still waiting to become hypo? That doesn’t sound right at all? I have alot of your same symptoms. I had the RAI 1 1/2 years ago. I am now wondering if this disease goes on and on with little bothersome problems? Take Care, Sue.

    Anonymous
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    Hi, Sheila: Yes, I’m the one you wrote to. I found this board a couple of weeks later. Just one more comment. Are you sure your internist knows how to read the blood work? Part of the reason that I had to wait so long to be diagnosed was that my family practice doctor was not up to snuff on the numbers, and misread the first blood work. I got this information from the doctor, herself, and also from the endo I subsequently saw. It’s just a thought.

    I had RAI the week before Thanksgiving, and am feeling better than before, but still hyper. I guess I expected it to “go” quicker. I should have remembered your post!

    Good luck.

    Bobbi

    Anonymous
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    Hi, Bobbi!

    Thanks for the reply. I do have an endo, but haven’t seen
    him for almost two years, I guess. No need to really, while
    I play the waiting game. Yep, I’m at a university and have
    read every medical text in the library on thyroid disorders,
    received info from the thyroid foundations and am always
    combing the web for new info. My doc was originally impressed
    with such initiative, but I think he is more intimidated
    than anything now. After working with docs, MD and PhD, I’m
    not impressed/intimidated by any of them anymore. They don’t
    have anything that I couldn’t get (credential-wise), if I
    decided I wanted to do it. Maybe that bugs my doc too.
    Regarding the psychological aspects of GD, none of them have
    really bothered me all that much except the fact that I am
    very conscious of my deteriorating memory. I’m bothered most
    by the physical effects like weak/aching muscles, fatigue, lack
    of appetite, weight gain and cold intolerance. That’s what
    really bugged me the most about my doc’s suggestion yesterday.
    Anyway, I’ll stop rambling now. Thanks for the reply. BTW,
    are you the same Bobbi that I replied to from alt.support.thyroid
    when you were trying to decide whether or not to do RAI? I’m
    the one who has been waiting for almost three years now to become
    hypo since having RAI.

    Sheila H.

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