Question for Bernie
I was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and the doctor told me that after the surgery I have to take the medicine Levaproxine all my life because I need the hormones that my thyroid was producing.
After a year, I stopped. I truly believe that I can heal myself and that I’m completely OK. It’s been almost 1 year and I feel great. When I go to have it checked, they say it is very high or very low or that I am getting better.
My question is: Do you think what I am doing is crazy? Do you think I’m doing OK? I don’t want to believe them. My husband says I should take the medicine. I know he is worried, but I do exercise, I’m an active person and I’m feeling good. So what do you think? I guess I just want to know that I’m not crazy or maybe there are more crazy people like me.
With all respect – thank you!
You’re crazy in a good way.
But did they take out your entire thyroid or only part of it? If all of it, I would take the thyroid hormone replacement therapy for your health. It is not really a medication but a replacement.
If any gland is left, send it love and see if it can take care of what your body needs. Stop seeing the treatment as a bad thing and it won’t be a problem.
Quiet your mind. And your body will do what’s right