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Jean Broida

Jean Broida is a freelance writer with over one hundred published health articles. She has also contributed hundreds of articles on politics, climate, technology, finance, conspiracies, and UFOs. Her first book is due for publication in September 2018. Contact Jean@LightWork111.com.

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    Doris Cundiff

    I have every one of those symptoms but have been taking thyroid supplelents (synthroid) 200mcg) for years now due to low thyroid. I don’t sleep that many hours straight, but sleep 6, 8, 10 & also fall asleep in my chair especially after I have eaten. I climp stairs the exact same way. If I can’t grab both sides I have to do a few steps at a time. And very slowly. I get tired after walking just a little, but csn walk very slowly in a store with a grocery cart to lean on, for an hour or so. I am diabetic, have asthma, so take inhalers & inhaled steroids, so when my heart tate is always over 100 and if I exercise it can get to 140-160 with very little effort, and if I take my puffer during or before, it goes higher. Previously, when I complained to my endo about fatigue, (I didn’t think to mention the rest) , I thought my synthroid was too low, but it was on target. So he did a Vitamin D which was low and have been supplementing ever since. I am overweight but never had these problems my whole life till 2 years ago. Hypothyroid runs in my dads line of the family, and one person with diabetes on my moms. Seems diabetics tend to end up hypothyroid sort of frequently. I have had a cardiac workup, nothing abnormal for my age. So wonder if hypothyroidism (without having been treated as you have with radioactive iodine, causing the hypo condition), can be a part of Graves. Seems unlikely, but I was stunned when you listed all your symptoms because mine are the same!


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