I’ve noticed that many of you don’t feel your meds are helping enough. Even after 4 years. And that your blood work results aren’t showing enough progress. This is hard for me to understand. I’m As British as one can possibly be. My family goes back to the tribes in Lancashire. My grand father bailed out in 1898 and moved across the pond. Went to University in Southampton. Have been considering an ancestors visa. Now I’m wondering about your health care system. Ours is completely broken and very very expensive. I am lucky that I have have an extremely brilliant Endocrinologist. Been seeing him 28 yrs. minus one year and that was bad. I’m not an M.D. but have many yrs working in medicine, emergency department and paramedic. I’m thinking most of you need better doctors. Find one that has done lots of research before going into practice. Find out everything you can about several different Endocrinologists, and if they think out of the box or seem open to trying new things, try one of them. Do you get a choice of docs in the NHS? All of you are WAY more informed about you thyroid issues, tham 90% of Americans. Wish You won the war in 1716. I think we’d be much better of. And the uneducated voted Trump in. What an embarrassment! OMG. We are in deep trouble.i don’t belong here. Does anyone live near Blackburn?
Sorry to write about some irrelevant things to the site,
Happy Christmas to you all and we’ll really try for a better new year over here.🎄🇬🇧