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      I can really relate to you inability to get the house cleaned and to complete other household responsibilities. Sometimes I get so down about not being able to have a clean house, bake voraciously, and cook my “made from scratch” meals. I am 11 weeks post RAI and I CAN’T WAIT to get where you are!!!!

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        >May I please remind you that we are not doctors and should NEVER
        >encourage others to change their medications without the advice of their
        >personal physicians!

        Hi Jan. I completely agree with you. I should have included an explicit
        recommendation to discuss this possibility with her endocrinologist
        (from hell) first.

        In my particular case, I have permission from my endocrinologist to
        make whatever dosing adjustments I deem necessary. I have done so very
        successfully. At least in my particular case, the only relevant variable
        has been whether I feel hyper, normal, or hypo (which I’m skilled at
        discriminating) and not whether my TSH results are low-normal, mid-normal,
        or high-normal

        I was in warrior spirit for the five years I felt like hell between
        beginning my GD treatment and this past summer. I went through more
        tests and possibilities then you can imagine. Fortunately for me,
        I no longer need to be a warrior.

        Feeling Better

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