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    jackie_staf posted:
    I had my Thyroid removed August of 2011 after being diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism and Graves Disease. My thyroid levels are finally holding steady after fightin over a year to get them straight. My question is does anyone elese suffer from extreme fatigue, loss of concentration, mood swings and at time a feeling of constant hunger? I have no insurance so my primary doctor has slowly been ruling out things such as glucose and blood pressure. Tomorrow I am having my iron checked but other than that I cannot think of anything else that could be the cause. I do take a multi-vitamin at night (when I can remember) but that does not seem to help any. Can someone please give me some ideas??
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