non-lab signs my thyroid was healthier

  1. Ryan says:

    I can so relate to all of this! New to following you. You are beautiful and shine bright. Love your info!! Thank you for sharing. I was diagnosed Dec 2020. Feeling a world of a difference now. Energy was my biggest change too.

    • Angel Scott says:

      Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and connect. I’m always ecstatic to meet others who are living with this disease. When I was first diagnosed, I didn’t know anyone who was dealing with thyroid issues. So again, it’s so nice to connect with you! 😉

  2. Kristie says:

    Thank you for sharing this! The hair loss is huge for me. Can’t wait for one day not to have so much hair loss. It may seem silly to obsess over it but it’s something that’s important to me and I’m ok with obsessing over it!
    I know thyroid issues are really common especially in women, but Graves’ disease is not as common. Love finding other people like you that are also living with it that can understand the struggle ❤️

    • Angel Scott says:

      Kristie, I feel you friend. Losing my hair was one of the toughest parts of my Grave’s journey. There were moments when I would have happily had any of my other symptoms get worse, just so that I didn’t end up hairless. It was scary. No matter what I did, Grave’s plus methimazole wreaked havoc on my hair. That’s why when I started to notice an improvement knew things were getting better. I’m so happy we’ve connected. Things can get better. You are not alone! 💜

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