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It is not about our symptoms......but that is a start, a warning for us
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kathy - September 3

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I also have a ton of anxiety. However- since I started to work on my health from a total body perspective I have been feeling great. I will give y'all insight on what I just found out and just started taking that has helped me tremendously. After many years of visiting doctors that are clueless I took this syndrome into my own hands and stopped focusing on fixing the symptoms. I have gained 40 lbs from zoloft and that sent me into a deep intensive research. I am now repairing/healings the systems in my body, ie, endocrine systems, etc.. I have found that when I am working on healing the glands (thyroid, adrenals, etc) that I am painfree and have tons of energy.I would guess that most of the people that are sick with this system would benefit from addressing how to get your individual systems healthy again so that this syndrome goes away. I have had many doctors tell me that my thyroid is fine but have had just as many naturopathic doctors voice the complete opposite. Unfortunately medical doctors are relying on test results that are very, very limited. I suggest to everyone to visit naturalpathic doctors that view the body as a whole. There is a cure, just not what medical doctors have been trainned to figure out.

 

kathy - September 2

part 2
As for me, 6 years ago I had a goiter on my thyroid the size of a golf ball. My doctor sent me to a surgeon to have it removed. Now in hindsight I realize how barbaric that was!!! I have been comparing what the naturalpathic doctors tell me to the many medical tests that I tell my doctor I want. The naturalpathics are always right on. The difference is that the medical doctors in the US are not trainned to repair, only to fix sysmptoms. When they can't fix it they put their lack of knowledge back on you in a shameful way of implying that it is all in your head.
When I ask my endocrinologist on how to fix my adrenals that are stressed he says you can't. The naturalpathic first discoved this long before the endrcronologist!! The naturalpathic has me on iodine, the endo thinks this is crazy. Guess what? I am fine now. Here are two links that would help you all out tremendously if you really want to take your health back on your own hands, one is from a medical doctor and one is from my naturalpathic doc, both are totaly insyn with each other on fibro which VERY RARE. Good luck everyone and don't buy into the limited knowledge of the medical community. You can recover. They only know what they have been taught.

 

kathy - September 2

part 3

Good luck everyone and don't buy into the limited knowledge of the medical community. You can recover. They only know what they have been taught.
http://www.spineboy.com/in
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(check out your sleeping thyroid newsletter- especially if you have derpression, hair loss, cystic breast, infertility, hot/cold sensitivities, polycystic ovary syndrome, gainned weight, anxiety, etc. ). Also check out Dr. Flechas website helpmythyroid.com and last but not least is. Dr. Christine Northup's site on women's health. Fibro is not in your head- it is a syndrome that is telling you to get your body back in balance. You can do it!!

 

Lakshimi - September 3

sorry... I have a 100% perfect thyroid & I still have fibro. I believe this is a stress-related pain disorder. this may help some but for most of us we need to go deep & discover what our emotions are telling us physically. DIG DEEP & GO INSIDE FOLKS... THERE IS NO MAGIC BULLET........

 

Kim - September 3

Kathy-- My regular doctor told me the same thing about my thyroid and just gave me antidepressants since he didn't know how to treat me. I am going to a naturalpathic/acupuncturist now and was told my adrenal hormones and certain neurotransmitters were low after testing. I am taking natural meds, on a sugar/yeast free diet for now, and also thyroid meds. My fibro symptoms seem to be getting better. This was not "all in my head" as my regular doctor had said to me.

 

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