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August 24, 2010



Glad you are having a great time with your mom. I can't wait until mine comes to visit in October!

Fatigue can be a symptom of hypothyroidism plus a million other things. It's a great idea for females our age to have a thyroid test run as a baseline. I had one done a couple of months ago!

Aly @ Breathe Gently

Sounds like fun - but I really hope you're ok! Definitely get yourself checked out, just to be sure.. and good luck with the last little bit of the masters!


I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism when I was a freshman in high school and my fatigue got written off as "you are just so overinvolved and busy, no wonder you're tired!" but yea, if you are constantly tired even when well rested, Id definitely get tested for it. When I was first put on my thyroid medicine I lost about 25-30 lbs in two months because my metabolism was pretty much asleep before I started taking it. It would be worth looking in to!


I've actually just been complaining to my husband that I've been WAAAAY tired lately. Even when I get like 9 hours of sleep. It's ridiculous. I'm out as soon as I shut my eyes.

Kate P

Glad you're having a great time with your mom! My unsolicited advice: Get your iron levels checked. And I am rooting for you to kick your final class's butt! :)

Old Warrior

The fraud alert from MasterCard that someone was having a real good time in Charleston using our card was a tip-off to the great time you're having.

Belle and I just sit home eating gruel clipping coupons.

Heidi Renée

LOL @ your dad! When we moved to a new place a few years ago and were using our debit card like crazy filling the kitchen with food and all those other good things that come with moving, I got a frantic call from our bank saying they were about to lock our account--and I frantically told them that they had better NOT lock that account DO YOU HEAR ME I'M USING THE CARD!

If this is not your last class I think we all need to go punch your school in the face.

Kimberly In Seattle

Just found your blog and wanted to say hello!! Good luck fighting your fatigue and exhaustion! I used to feel that way in high school, but it was due to an iron deficiency!

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