Hello, DM986 my name is Brandi, I too found out 3months ago that I have (Graves Disease) I shake uncontrollably, people look at me, stare, Family and friends aren't use to me shaking and acting weird because I haven't always had this problem. I have my good days and bad, sometimes I feel like I' m moving but my bodies standing still as if i' m on a boat moving but not physically moving, I just don't feel like myself. There's nothing you can do about the shaking, that comes with having the Disease, sad to say. Let me know how your surgery turns out. I I wish you the best. I'm in the same situation, I have a choice to do the radiation or surgery. The medicane is starting to make me itch. I don't know which path to take as both decisions are very serious. Please keep me informed on your progress.View Thread
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