Hello Thyroid Family,

The last two weeks have been busy! You'll probably notice that this newsletter issue is a bit longer and contains more content than usual, and that's due to all the extra writing and blogs I've done. Included in those is a review of Blue Horizon Online Blood Tests, so if you've been thinking about trying them out, it details how it works and how I got on with it.

Latest test results are great, which is really reassuring as my levels have been moving all over the place the last few months, but I'm now optimal once more. My Hashi’s is still in remission, Vitamin and Mineral levels all optimal and I also have no sign of diabetes or pre-diabetes so that’s another plus.

If you've been following my personal journey then you may remember that I've been looking in to private doctors here in the UK to see if I can obtain my NDT thyroid medication on prescription this way, and I'm happy to say that I have an initial consultation booked for July. I'll let you know how I get on. This could be the start of something very exciting.

I have also finally got my hands on a menstrual cup to give a go - we're often told as thyroid patients to avoid chemicals wherever we can, and this can also apply to period products, as tampons and sanitary pads can contain some scary stuff. As always, I will be sure to let you all know how I get on with that. I'm weirdly excited to try the cup out but also quite nervous! I've heard it takes some practise.

Adam and I are still working away on You, Me and Hypothyroidism, our book for the friends and family of those with hypothyroidism. We're hoping we'll be able to release what the front cover looks like soon. Bookmark this page so you can check back for updates.

Thyroid love x

Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism