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    An_253938 posted:
    I AM 50YRS OF AGE. FOR APPROX 4YRS I HAVE REALLY SUFFERD WITH UNBEARABLE SWEATS & INSOMNIA. MY DR DONE TESTS SAID,START OF THE CHANGE & OVERACTIVE THYROID.WAS PRESCIBED APPROPRIATE MEDS. BUT SWEATS CONTINUED TO WORSEN & INSOMNIA.BEEN BACK TO DRS REFERRED TO CONSULTANT WHO WANTED ME TO TAKE A MEDICAL DRINK AS TO KILL MY THYROID COMPLETLEY & WOULD THEN PRESCRIBE ME TABLETS IN REPLACE OF NATURAL THYROID. I NEVER WANTED TO DO THIS AS I WAS CONVINCED ITS NOT MY THYROID. 2YRS ON I STOPPED TAKING THE THYROID TABLETS AS IM STILL SUFFERING WITH SAME SYMPTOMS INFACT WORSE. DR DONE MORE BLOOD TEST. RESULTS AT THE LATTER PART OF THE MENAPAUSE & MY THYRIOD CLEAR NEGGATIVE. YET I AM LIVING STILL IN HELL SWEATING,MY BODY FEALS AS IF I AM ON FIRE THE INSOMNIA IS AFFECTING MY LIFE @ THE CONSTANT URINATION. I CAN NOT CONTINUE LIKE THIS ITS NOW JUST OUT OF CONTROL.


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