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      Hi everyone.. i dont know i wonder if this roller coaster ride will ever end. I was diagnosed in September last year and since then my numbers have been all over the place. Been to 2 endos and no luck. One said need a bit of exercise and ill be right and the other one said i was suffering from depression and put me on anti depressants which the first one i was allergic to and the second well to put it bluntly i wanted and tried to kill myself. not the reaction the doctor thought i would have. 6 weeks ago i went for the next blood work and it came back in the normal range but high normal so gp was happy and endo to since they are working together. I went back to my Gp cause wasnt feeling the best and had my adrenals checked that was ok and then on monday my Ovaries checked. Good news is that i dont have ovarian cancer instead they have found out that i have polycystic ovarian disease. The GP just said it was a multi endocrine problem Have any of you come accross this charming name and how has it affected you. Aparently people with graves can sometimes get it. HELP!!!

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        I think you should read this book that came almost a year ago: Thyroid – The Solution.
        Its very much about the connection between Graves’ disease and depression and it talkes a lot for adding T3 in the treatment. You could find good arguments there to tell your doctor.


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