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Old 01-22-2008, 03:54 AM
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This sounds like an experience for us all. I go for my first thyrogen shot tomorrow and I am super nervous because of potential side effects. I am single mother and a teacher. I had the I131 this summer and was off my levoxyl for 2 months. I was severly low and depressed. My children were out of town at the time but never the less this was a very scary place for me. I returned to work the very next week and suffered through until my levels where on target. Now that I am feel good.. but not the same I have to go through this for a week. <br>After the I131 I was very achey in my muscles and joints. I am still achey at times but not as bad. They say that this was because I was severly low does anyone know if this is because of the radiation? and will I feel <br>this depression and acheness again after this week? Please help!
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