I went to the ER about a month ago and was told that I had hyperthyroidism. I then ended up back in the ER in a different city a week later because my heart was beating so fast and I had chestpains, and numbing in my face. A CT scan was done and they injected me with iodine. At the time, I had no idea what affects iodine has on Graves. After their tests, they told me I had Graves. This is almost a month ago, and I still have not ben able to start meds because my primary doctor wants a thyroid scan done, and I have to wait 6 weeks from the CT scan because of the iodine levels in my body. In the meantime, I am vomiting daily, can't stand or do any physical activbity or I feel like I will faint, I am so tired, could sleep all day, yet I wake up and check the clock all night, and my eyes look like I have been crying non stop for days. Is there anything I can do to relieve my symptoms until my meds get started?? I am at my wits end!!
Posts You May Be Interested In
My sister in law passed away at 4 am. It still doesn't seem real, even though I was there when she died and I can't get it out of my head. My brother is devastated.Thank you for all your love and support.Marie
Has anyone had experience representing yourself in court against your ex? Mine refuses to get his crap out of my house, won't even talk to me or reply to my email or texts, and we've been divorced almost a year. I won't just chuck it or sell it, because I want to "keep my side of the street clean", as my lawyer used to say. I glanced over the 25 pages of motion paperwork, and haven't looked...