Thyroid Advocacy

There are up to 300 million thyroid sufferer worldwide, majority hypothyroid, yet over half remain UNDIAGNOSED. Hypothyroid Mom is a thyroid advocacy blog dedicated to building thyroid awareness.

Hypothyroidism. An Open Letter to My Family

Hypothyroidism. An Open Letter To My Family.

When a Hypothyroid Mom reader contacted me with this letter that she wrote to her family (and she asked me to share but keep it anonymous), I thought wow she hit the nail on the head. She expressed the frustration we feel living with an invisible illness so perfectly. We may look “normal” on the outside but struggle in ways no one understands, not even our loved ones.

(Within 10 minutes of posting this article on the Hypothyroid Mom Facebook page, the traffic to this article was so high we CRASHED the Hypothyroid Mom website. This is a dedicated server designed to handle huge traffic and we managed to crash it in 10 minutes. Thankfully the hosting company has my site back up and running. Seriously if we ever doubted what WARRIORS we are, today we proved it.) [Read more…]

Hypothyroid Mom’s 4th Anniversary $1000 Cash Giveaway…Yes REALLY

Hypothyroid Mom 4th Anniversary Giveaways

It’s HERE!

HYPOTHYROID MOM’S

4th ANNIVERSARY!

Let’s CELEBRATE with

an ENTIRE MONTH

of GIVEAWAYS!

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Married to Hashimoto’s: A Husband’s Confession – Where I Blew It.

Married to Hashimoto's: A Husband's Confession - Where I Blew It

So often I’ve thought about doing a poll at Hypothyroid Mom, a poll to see how many people with thyroid disease are struggling with issues in their personal relationships.

I haven’t done the poll because…the truth…I fear that the percentage would be even higher than I imagine.
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Help Save Babies on World Thyroid Day

Help Save Babies on World Thyroid Day

Today May 25, 2016 is World Thyroid Day.

Today is the day we SAVE BABIES. [Read more…]

Married to Hashimoto’s: Where’s the Woman I Married?

Married to Hashimoto's: Where's the Woman I Married?

Has Hashimoto’s affected your marriage?

Sadly I have a feeling this is the case for more people with thyroid disease than anyone can imagine.

It gives me hope when I hear from husbands and wives that have made it through the rough times.

Are you married to Hashimoto’s?

Love your spouse with every fiber of your being, because she needs you now more than ever, and never lose sight of the most important thing in love … hope.
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