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I was 19, always cheerful and full of life, nobody could tell I had a rough childhood. I had completed one year of engineering with unexpected good grades. I had a sensitive skin and it was another allergy attack, I was suffering from. With so many other important things to worry about, it no longer bothered me to go to college with a swollen face or completely covered with pink itchy rashes. 

The doctor had recommended a simple blood test and I was expecting him to say something like  'Your Haemoglobin is low or build your immune system, eat more green' etc. But Life is a mystery, what to do we know !

I was asked to undergo few more tests before fasting and after fasting. 

The Ugly Duckling was now  a Beautiful swan. I will honestly admit I was basking in the glory of attention. I chose to always think of what God had given me, and ignore the pain and unfortunate incidents. I was enjoying my college days, even though home was hell, remember I had written about my abusive alcohol addicted uncle, he was still living with us.

Results came, Doctor announced I was having a thyroid gland  disfunction. I was suffering from hypo-thyroidism.

 I had heard this word for the first time, T for THYROID.


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32 comments:

  1. Sad that you had to endure so much. Hope you are blessed with good health now. Take care :-)

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  2. That could not have been pleasant for you. Hope you are in good health now.

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  3. oh!! its sumthn i hav too! Thyroid problem! hope u r dng well ananya

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  4. Hope U are doing well now...Hugs ((Hugs))

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  5. What turns life takes! T is for Turning, turning a new leaf...Wishing you good health, now and for ever.

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  6. Take care of yourself Ananya! I have been hearing hypo-thyroidism a lot these days..is it something that is becoming more common? I like what Beloo said, 'turning a new leaf'

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  7. This thyroid malfunction is a nuisance and happens to so many people. Take care, Ananya!

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  8. thyroid malfunction ! :( i'm having an opposite .. hyper .. but i take medicine and never think about it !

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  9. I was allergic to prawns before and used to get something called urticaria but I still used to eat it after taking an avil tablet !! No longer allergic to them now thank god.

    PhenoMenon
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  10. My MIL has thyroid, in fact her whole family, including her sisters have gone through it and I know it is associated with weight fluctuations. But good that have risen above it.

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  11. I like your spirit Ananya...You are an inspiring woman and keep being that...Hope it is better now

    T for Tired-Random Thoughts Naba

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  12. Hope you are managing well now... Good luck with your health.

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  13. Hope you are doing well now Ananya! I have something close to Thyroid, PCOS. It causes skin problems and weight gain. I so understand what you are going through and I admire your spirit.

    Take care! :)

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  14. The silver lining is: you know what the problem is. All the best to bring it under control!

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  15. every problem is part of this package called life, right! just toss it off! take care sweetie :)

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  16. It's hard to deal with, but better late than ever!

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  17. Trust you have completely recovered now.All the very best !

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  18. Damn. That's not what you want to hear!

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  19. sorry to hear that but hopefully you are managing well with the right treatment options!?

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  20. Sorry that happened to you. :( Hope you're in good health now!

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  21. Well I am on medication and guess its gonna stay !
    Hey guys for reading my post, and sharing your concern I can't thank you enough!

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  22. I hope it's under control now and doesn't effect you badly. As I have said before, it's inspring to see you overcome all these challenges.

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  23. hope u r doin well nw .. take care .. u r inspiring <3 n strong :)

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  24. Sorry about it. Very proud of you, you have battled a lot of ordeals!

    ~S(t)ri
    Participant|AtoZ Challenge 2014
    Smile, it makes (y)our day!

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  25. Seriously Ananya...hats off! You stand here today strong and beautiful despite the many odds in life! Respect! Hope the thyroid is better now...tc

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  26. It's usually helpful finding out the cause of problems and it's nice to know that there is a way to manage hypothyroidism. In the mean time, you continue to live your life in the most courageous of ways! Kudos!

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  27. Ouch, that's not nice. But hope u r better now !

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  28. Thyroid can be controlled. :) Don't worry Ananya! :)

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  29. I have hypothyroidism since chilhood, but it never bothered me though that much. You shouldn't worry about it, people live with it. Personally I never had any concerns about it, even so doctor was warning me.

    But I like your attitude and way you perceive yourself - the ugly duckling was no a beautiful swan. I know so many beautiful girls who still say they are ugly and don't appreciate their natural beauty. It is good you appreciate yourself.

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