I've been a bit all over the place the last couple of weeks.
As I have shared on social media and in my latest general update blog, I'm now looking at an increase in my thyroid medication dosage and looking at whether I can afford to see a private doctor for a prescription of NDT medication. I currently self-source my NDT, but for various reasons am becoming less comfortable with doing so, as time goes on.
Because of this upheaval in my health and routine, I have also been feeling a bit all over the place mental health wise too. I'm feeling more anxious as well as low in mood lately, and some days just feeling overall very frustrated. Having thyroid disease can be a real test of patience and persistence. So please do excuse me if I'm not as chatty online as usual - when I'm feeling more low or anxious, I tend to spend less time online as it makes me feel worse.
I have a competition giveaway running on Instagram which ends next week, so don't forget to enter that here.
I hope you're all having a good week but if you're not, I understand and I'm sending you a virtual hug.
Thyroid love x
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