I hear you... I do work and still me and my kids have no health insurance, hubbys is 700 to add us to his works insurance.
low B-12 could account for the energy levels being off.
Vitamin D issues are common among thyroid issue people.
You might try magnesium for the muscle stiffness...did wonders for my legs.
Doing at home: reduce the amount of iodine you are taking in. Iodine is processed in the thyroid and every time you load large amounts your thyroid must deal with it. Don't add to its work load, watch the iodine intake.
Rest when your energy levels are at there lowest...you cannot power though those spells. Curl up with your kiddo and read a book.View Thread
Where you also started on a anti-thyroid med? [br>[br>I have Graves disease and been dealing with hyperthyroidism for a long time. So I might be able to answer some of your questions.[br>[br>Peace be the journey[br>[br>PajaView Thread
The leg pain is a common thyoid complaint....don't listen to the doctors when they say its not.
Try Magnesium for the leg pain, worked wonders for me, no more leg pain. Have been getting b12 injections for the last two months and for the first time since having thyroid radiated 4 years ago I have ENERGY!! no more chronic fatigue! Its so nice after 4 years of dragging myself through the day to be able to get up and function.
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