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Yes, you had really serious symptoms. It could be bleeding peptic ulcer too and many other diseases. And what was it? I hope that you come to doctor.
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Yes, you had really serious symptoms. It could be bleeding peptic ulcer too and many other diseases. And what was it? I hope that you come to doctor.
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I was professionally diagnosed 12 months ago. I'm absolutely fine now and my treatment worked fairly quickly, but thank you for asking!

That's very good that you come to a doctor. I hope that everything is allright now.
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Well, the results came back normal. There's nothing wrong with my thyroid. What's weird is I'm still having these symptoms. Enlarged goiter, inability to concentrate and focus, bad memory, etc. I need to know why that' still happening.

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Well, the results came back normal. There's nothing wrong with my thyroid. What's weird is I'm still having these symptoms. Enlarged goiter, inability to concentrate and focus, bad memory, etc. I need to know why that' still happening.
do you have any pain?? near to the joints (not precisely on the joints) for example?

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Well, the results came back normal. There's nothing wrong with my thyroid. What's weird is I'm still having these symptoms. Enlarged goiter, inability to concentrate and focus, bad memory, etc. I need to know why that' still happening.
Maybe neurosis or fatigue or overworking. You must find an occupation for yourself. What are you doing proffesionally? You are young woman and you should not take care only of your diseases or try to seek for disease.
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inability to concentrate and focus, bad memory, etc. I need to know why that' still happening.
Why? You'd just forget the reason.

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do you have any pain?? near to the joints (not precisely on the joints) for example?
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Maybe neurosis or fatigue or overworking. You must find an occupation for yourself. What are you doing proffesionally? You are young woman and you should not take care only of your diseases or try to seek for disease.
I think it's just stress. This is my first semester at college, and my first time away from home. I'm majoring in Finance, which doesn't really seem like it's something I want to do. I've decided to switch to nursing. Two of my aunts are nurses and my sister works in the medical field. I really do think I could love nursing. My dream nursing position would be in Labr and Delivery and the Newborn Nursery. The school I'm considering applying to doesn't have residency, so I would be moving back home, which is fine with me. I'm just 18. I should be home.

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I think it's just stress. This is my first semester at college, and my first time away from home. I'm majoring in Finance, which doesn't really seem like it's something I want to do. I've decided to switch to nursing. Two of my aunts are nurses and my sister works in the medical field. I really do think I could love nursing. My dream nursing position would be in Labr and Delivery and the Newborn Nursery. The school I'm considering applying to doesn't have residency, so I would be moving back home, which is fine with me. I'm just 18. I should be home.
Yes. It seems that it is stress.
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