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hashimoto thyroiditis, rosacea, chemical sensitiveites, weight gain/cellulite

Posted on May 10, 2019 at 09:16:53 AM by Joy
Hello,
I am turning 44 this year and I have multiple issues I am trying to address.

I live a fairly healthy lifestyle, but that was not the case when I was in my 20's. I smoked and was doing recreational drugs and drank pretty much on a nightly basis. I wasn't into health until my 30's when I decided to start trying to get pregnant. At that time I was diagnosed with Hashimotos - that was about 10 years ago. I quit smoking, stopped doing drugs and cut back my drinking. I worked with an acupuncturist for years that helped my body heal, and thankfully until recently I have been able to manage my condition with a healthy diet and supplementation.

I recently did 2 rounds of IVF (I did 2 rounds when I was 39) and all 4 rounds were unsuccessful :( I think these last 2 rounds were too much for my body and pushed it over the edge. My TSH raised to over 3.5 and it's never been over 2. I put on 20lbs in the process and no matter what I do I can not lose the weight. I am 5'3' and weigh 145 lbs and I normally weigh right around 123 lbs. I also have more cellulite then ever before! It's very depressing.

For the past few years I have chemical sensitives and they keep getting worse. I can not be around anyone with perfume etc. I get an immediate headache and feel nauseous.

Over the past few months I noticed my face is red especially if I drink coffee or alcohol. My face will flush when I drink alcohol too, neither of these things have ever happened to me before :( I'm thinking it's rosacea.

Lastly I have had foot pain (in both my feet) for the past year. I have had MRI to rule out planters fasciitis, I am concerned that I may be dealing with another auto-immune condition like fibromyalgia. I have not gone in to get testing/blood work because I know that once you have an autoimmune condition it's easy to get another one...

I just got done doing a liver/gall bladder flush and am on a juice cleanse for the next 2 weeks and will do another liver/gall bladder flush following that. I am hoping this will help alleviate some of my issues. I have been using your TRMX 4 foot pads during my cleanse but ran out yesterday, and was looking at the other options you had available and felt overwhelmed on which ones I should use as they all seem to be something I need. I figured I would ask you on which pads I should purchase and the best protocol for my symptoms listed above.

I look forward to hearing back,
Joy

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