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Saturday, May 9, 2009

Bad News & Good News

Bad News: My TSH was 10...should be lower than 4...I am now taking Synthroid

Good News: Maybe this medicine will help me not be so sluggish and fatigued all the time!


Good News: On August 22 Manga Dork and I will be attending the American Idols Live Concert with Cousins Kay-Kay & B and their mom in Pittsburgh, PA.

Bad News: I mistakenly (is that a word) got 4 tickets instead of 5.


Argh.

5 comments:

DesertHen said...

Uh-o.....better get another ticket!

Hope the new med helps and makes you feel better!

Happy Saturday....=)

Lisa Loo said...

The ups and downs of life! I sure hope the meds help and an extra ticket is not hard to get!

Cynthia said...

I hope the meds work out well for you AND that you can get one more ticket. Yowza!

Slacker MOM II said...

I was diagnosed with the tyroid problem about 6 years ago. I was extremely fatigued all the time. Until October of last year, I took my medicine faithfully. I stopped taking it. I was so fatigued. I woke up tired, had no energy etc. Last week, I started on the syntroid once more. What a difference. I wake up with energy. It will take about 1 week for you to notice the change. Good Luck

On the ticket, hopefully you can get another one if not, have fun with 3 girls....

Happy Mothers Day Scrappy....

Doris the Great said...

I've been on Synthroid for about 4 years. If you're young (I'm in my early 50's), perhaps it'll restore ALL your energy! It didn't with me, but I'm amazingly better than I used to be. Just remember not to eat soy products, veggies from the cabbage family (incl broccoli) or use hand sanitizer -- these things all interfere with the body's absorbtion of your meds. Good luck!