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Depression and Thyroid disease

From: queenkells - 8 years 28 weeks ago

I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism/graves disease in 1996. I was 18 years old. I thought I was a normal teen and that the symptoms were something that everyone my age was experiencing. Clearly I was wrong and after many tests and pills I finally accepted that I would forever deal with this disease. Fast forward and I am now in my early 30s and I am being told my thyroid is in remission. The crazy thing is that although my tests come back 'normal', I don't feel normal. I am still struggling w/my menstrual cycles, sleep patterns, hair loss and most recently depression. I remember having the same issues when I was first diagnosed but shouldn't the symptoms decrease if my thyroid has become 'stabilized'?

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First reduce your depression by taking antidepressants drugs. Generic Aventyl (Nortriptyline) is prescribed to treat symptoms of depression. More info at www.internationaldrugmart.com/aventyl.html
This medication help improve your mood, relieve anxiety and tension.

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