A tale of misdiagnoses, improper medication, and a search for answers in the past.
Ever feel like doctors do not really listen? Do you shake your head when physicians do not take your symptoms seriously – hair loss, migraines, heart palpitations, fatigue, inability to sleep, inability to lose weight, aches and pains so deep in your body you cannot even seem to get up in the morning?
And then there are the dangerous symptoms they ignore – brain fog, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, depression and anxiety, and on and on.
Did they tell you that you were simply getting old? Did they offer another medication and another, perhaps they suggested a psychiatrist or offered you an anti-depressant?
Do you know, deep inside yourself that you are not crazy and that there is a serious problem, because you are not . . . you? Were you finally diagnosed with hypothyroidism, prescribed Levothyroxine, and later slipped back into your disease and still they refuse to listen?
This is not a medical book on hypothyroidism. For that a number of other books exist. This is a book of one woman’s journey through the past ten years with this disease – a journey of wrong diagnoses, of improper medication, of unconcerned doctors, of setbacks and steps forward.
If you are one of the millions of Americans who cannot seem to get help for your fatigue, and you have been diagnosed with or believe you have hypothyroidism, then let Donna’s journey inspire you to persevere in your quest for a proper diagnosis, proper treatment, and ultimately – better health.
Help is out there, and most importantly – you are not alone.
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