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thyroid

#1
Hello everyone,
I had to come off Cambridge diet a couple of months ago for medical reasons. A rising BP which as I lost weight went up instead of down. Anyway after tests etc we have now discovered I have an underactive thyroid as well as high BP but I have been cleared to go back on Cambridge. Has anyone else got underactive thyroid and how do you find it works with the diet. I'm hoping Mike & Jo will take a sinner back, a fatter sinner than the last time I saw them. Doesn't comfort food taste good at the time but not 5 minutes after you have demolished it.:cry:
 
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#3
Hi Scribe,

Sorry to hear you have not been well. I was diagnosed with an underactive thyroid 12 months ago and weighed four stones heavier than i am now. I have never felt so awful in my life. Thankfully 12 months on i feel fantastic.

With regards to the weight loss, just have a look at mine and you can judge for yourself hun x 8 weeks and i have almost lost 3 stone. You will be fine just as long as your thyroid is now under controll.

Good luck with your journey x
 

kittykat

Gold Member
S: 29st0lb
#4
hi scribe ive also got UAT been diagnosed 4 yrs now when i prev did LL CD 18 months ago after the 1st 5/6 week i found i was agitated suffered insomnia like i was on speed went for blood test and needed my medication reduced which had to be monitored when i came of cd april 06 it stabalised im back on it now and went for a blood test last week routine so will have to see what results are and monitor it you will know if your medication is out of sync its hard to explain how you will feel but you will
btw ive been up since 4.50 this morn with not even 6 hrs sleep !!!!!!!!!!!
 

kittykat

Gold Member
S: 29st0lb
#5
just spoke to docs and blood tests all ok dont wanna see me for another 6 months !!!! bet i have to go back before that
 


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