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Saturday, January 17, 2009

Trust but Verify - A Potent Example

Okay, you've been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and possibly Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. What does your doctor do for you? Probably nothing really substantial....unfortunately!

Here is a site sent to me by a new friend and long-time sufferer of those conditions. She is still seeking solutions. It's really sad, but on the bright side, I think she is closer today to finding her answers, because she has been actively seeking them, outside of her doctor's advice and jurisdiction.

Don't accept a dismal diagnosis and prognosis - pray, keep seeking and searching and your answers will come and your health will return - maybe even 100%. Do visit your doctor, do get his input and wisdom and learning on the subject, but also be proactive.


Sherrie said...

I found a study not too long ago that showed T3 helped improve things considerably. I'll look and see if I can find it, I'm pretty sure I posted it in a thyroid thread.

Jennifer said...

That could be - since fibromyalgia and hypothyroidism often co-exist, T3 would be one of the components of thyroid hormone that could help a person feel better. I know that natural thyroid hormone which has T3, T4, T1 and T2 is often prescribed when a patient presents with fibromyalgia.