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

Hypothyroid Mom 4th Anniversary Giveaways

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Today is a very emotional day for me. This day four years ago October 1st, 2012, I woke up very early to make sure my blog was ready for its debut. When it went live that morning friends and family visited my site for the first time and shared it with all their friends and family. By the end of the day I was amazed at all the comments my first Hypothyroid Mom blog post Have You Suffered A Miscarriage? Your Thyroid Could Be To Blame received. I am thankful to all the special people in my life who made the first day of Hypothyroid Mom a success. I am a lucky girl to have such great family and friends.

When I launched Hypothyroid Mom I had no idea the impact it would have all across the globe. For years I had dreams of a blog that would bring hypothyroidism sufferers together from all across the world. I had dreams of a blog that would reach each and every one of you to let you know you are not alone. I hesitated though because I honestly wasn’t sure that a blog could really make a difference in people’s lives.

I decided to take a leap of faith and create Hypothyroid Mom and you know what? Yes a blog can make a difference…it can ACTUALLY shake the world.

Hypothyroid Mom has 2,858,235 monthly pageviews with 896,019 monthly unique visitors from 217 countries in the world.

Thanks to all of you, Hypothyroid Mom is even better than I dreamed.

So now it’s time to celebrate our fourth anniversary with a month of giveaways to let you know how much I appreciate your support. This anniversary month of giveaways every October has become a tradition at Hypothyroid Mom and I love it. All month long I will have new surprises, so be sure to visit throughout the month to join Hypothyroid Mom’s 4th Anniversary GIVEAWAYS!

Let’s get started.

Hypothyroid Mom’s 4th Anniversary…$1000 CASH Giveaway

There are 300+ hypothyroidism symptoms that can affect us. On top of the thyroid medication we pay for each day, we may have a number of additional medications, copays, supplements, herbs, special foods, out-of-pocket doctors, lab tests and more that cost money out of our pockets. It is expensive to be a hypothyroidism patient and I know it.

I thought long and hard about this first giveaway. I wanted a prize that would make a difference in a hypothyroid person’s life living anywhere in the world. This is the perfect prize.

One lucky person will win $1000 CASH (U.S. dollars)…yes REALLY.

Hypothyroid Mom $1000 CASH giveaway

Enter for your chance to win by completing this form below. Your entry is free and everyone in every country of the world is invited to participate. The giveaway will end on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 12PM ET. The winner will be contacted by email and listed here in this post.

Remember to refer a friend to participate in the giveaway. After you complete one of the entry options in the form below, a ‘Bring Your Friends!’ entry option will appear that will give you a unique URL that you can share with your friends. For each friend that enters the giveaway through that unique URL, you will receive +1 entry into the giveaway. You can refer up to 10 people for the giveaway.

If you have difficulty entering the giveaway on a mobile device, try turning your mobile horizontally so that the giveaway fits on the screen with the login button visible.

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About Dana Trentini

Who knew that little butterfly-shaped thyroid gland at the base of my neck could affect my life so completely? I founded Hypothyroid Mom in memory of the unborn baby I lost to hypothyroidism. Winner of two 2014 WEGO Health Activist Awards: Health Activist Hero & Best In Show Twitter. *Hypothyroid Mom includes Affiliate links. Connect with me on Google+


  1. Renee Smale says:

    I love your blog and postings. Thank you!

  2. Seems like a lot of work, to win a $1,000.

  3. Diana Duggan says:

    Where do you enter? I don’t see it.

  4. Karen Eifert says:

    After getting educated, I have found Nature-throid helps my body the most! Thank you Hypothyroidmom!

  5. Mary Carolyn Maguire says:

    I’m new to the whole Thyroid thing. I was diagnosed with Hypothyroidism in June. Reading your page – you and all your followers – has helped me understand my illness. I want to say thank you! 💙💚💛💜

  6. Amber Molloy says:

    I love your facebook page! I love that i can relate to everything you post. It is so hard being a mother of 3 boys struggling with tons of health problems. I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism about a year ago. Ive been struggling for so long and have been told its all in my head. Until i got the right diagnoses and a doctor who would listen. I have days where i cant be the best mommy in the world because i am stuck in bed. With fibro and chronic pain, among many other diagnosis life is proving to be quite a challenge. I look forward to seeing your posts first thing in the morning because i can relate! I also have my oldest who is on the autism spectrum and cant help but wonder if it was because i went without a diagnosis for so long. I have been fighting for disability for almost 3 years now. I finally get to see a judge in January 2017 and hope and pray they will just give me it already. Thank you for being there when nobody else understood and through my battle. I will continue to be as strong as i can for myself and for my boys. Looking forward to seeing more posts from you! Thank you so much! God bless you!

  7. sue smith says:

    Thanks to you I now know not to take my pills with coffee! Thank you for all the information you post.

  8. Karen McDuffie says:

    Thanks for all of the info and support. 9 years without a thyroid but cancer free!

  9. Thanks!

  10. Jami Wampler says:

    Love your posts! Thank you!

  11. denise maas says:

    i had a good doctor who wasnt in my insurance so i was feeling good she treted my symptoms instead of keeping me (IN THE RANGE) and thought if i just go to a doctor thats covered in my insurance they might keep me where im at but noooooo so i gained all the weight back 70lbs!!! and dragged my ass around i asked for help and heard u eat too much exercise 2 hrs a day instead of one so i made 4 appointments with 4 different doctors as soon as they said i was in the range and i was fine i said your fired and walked out till i found one that would listen to me its so upsetting

  12. Have you done the Thyroflex test?

  13. Rebecca chambers says:

    I am only 1 year post getting i131 to remove my thyroid. I am now severely hypo, playing the medication game to get stable. Your site helps me. Thank you.

  14. Jennifer Neff says:

    Hypothyroid Mom rocks! Thanks for all the informative articles. They have been a real help to me since diagnosis a few months ago.

  15. I just wanted to say a big thank you for what you put into your blog. Hypothyroid Mom has changed my life. Knowing that I am not alone has mas a huge difference to how I feel and the advice is priceless. You are an angel for what you have done to help others with this debilitating condition.

  16. This fb page has been such a huge support and learning tool since I found out I was hypo. I could really use the prize $ to get a car. The same week I found out I was hypo, my transmission died, $5000 to get it replaced. I’d rather spend that money to just get something newer.

  17. Staci Edwards says:

    Tge information yoy provide is priceless!

  18. Thanks!

  19. June Hearn says:

    Could REALLY use the money. Have mounting medical bills. But don’t understand how to enter.

  20. Johnathan Swift says:

    I am very interested in the B12 requirement to make TSH. Can you give me a scientific research reference that validates this? This is a big deal and I would like to quote it along with credit to this site.

    Many Thanks

  21. I love your facebook page. It has been so helpful to me, just reading other peoples post makes me feel less alone with this dreadful disease. I am in Australia but the advice is universal. Thank you so much for everything.

  22. Sandra Salinas says:

    Very interesting

  23. Diana Netland says:

    Thank you I have been without my right thyroid and parathyroids since 1980.I was still called the energizer bunny. I had so much energy I could outdo younger people. In 2007 I started getting tired easily. I thought it was attached to my panic disorder or my hormones. It got worse. I had a tumor on my thyroid in 1980 that had grown very large. Bigger than a lemon but smaller than an orange. NOT A GOITER. so this time I felt my left thyroid and it was hard. I knew something was wrong. I got to the doctors and finally told them. In 2009 I had to have the left taken out. The ent that removed it told me he had never seen one like it before it was all brown inside. Then I have had this problem of fatigue all the time. the energy was gone. I am not an almost dead battery energizer bunny. I do what I can luckily my husband is understanding and keeps me from pushing myself to far. He has seen what happens when I push myself. I get so mad that this happens. But it is Gods will for me to go through this and I will keep going and getting my Armour thyroid and my adrenal gland supplement, magnesium, and selenium. I will live and be happy because this is the life God gave me. There is a reason for everything. yes I argue with the doctor. But that’s my job hes my employee. I pay him!
    Good luck to everyone. And don’t be to hard on yourselves. We have a hidden disease that others wont understand. Just smile at them when they say cruel things. really just smile. They end up feeling stupid.

  24. This site has helped me so much, I have gotten a better control of my Hashimoto’s syndrome. Thank you.

  25. I was diagnosed as Hypothyroid at the age of 17. My life changed so much from that point onwards. My symptoms worsened heaps, and no one would help me. I was diagnosed with Graves, then finally, Hashimotos. I am now 19, and I raised hell to finally get some medication.
    Finding this page has been such a big help to me as well. It’s helped me learn more about my own illness, and what my father, grandmother and great grandmother live with as well. When I was 17, I never knew what hypothyroid was, let alone Graves and Hashimotos. Now I know so much more, and I can’t thank you enough for helping me learn about these illnesses

  26. Lois Rizzo says:

    Please enter me in the give a way.

  27. Anna McKowan says:

    I never thought about the Throid. Why would I? I always had energy , was never “exhausted ” all the time , and could keep my weight in check . I went to the gym EVERYDAY after work and on weekends ! I jumped out of bed before the alarm clock went off. If I did put on a few extra pounds over the ho, no worries , they wouldn’t be an issue taking off. I was happy , not depressed all the time , didn’t feel like crying all the time . But then what seemed like overnight , my energy was gone . I stopped going to the gym , couldn’t get enough sleep , was late to work , and when I got home , went to bed! At 6 pm!! I was gaining weight but not eating anymore than before , I had no idea what was going. Was I dying?!?! I finally went to the Dr., got on Armour and finally started feeling better . I’ve lost a few lbs., but still haven’t made it back to the gym yet! 😢 Some of my energy is back . I have an understanding that Hypothyroidism is a lifetime disease and I will always have it . I just have to do the best I can, day by day.

  28. Audrey Weiland says:

    I need all the help I can get!!! #ihatehashimoto!!!

  29. Thank you so much for this giveaway. I’ve suffered 3 miscarriages and yes, I had a problem with my thyroid too. Here’s my post to share – http://ofmiceandramen.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-battle-with-thyroidism.html

  30. Angela Catherine Crozier says:

    I have hypothyroidism. Graves disease, had it 6 years altogether. It is not fun. I didn’t have any kids then and I don’t now. I was told it’s heredetary. But no one else in my family has it. Probably none of my ancestors either.

  31. Please enter me in the cash giveaway. I find your website extremely helpful and very informative.

  32. JANICE MURPHY says:

    Thank you for a wonderful gift , this would be a blessing for Chreamas

  33. Thank you for all of the good information you post and especially for this giveaway opportunity!!

  34. Hetal Kakkad says:

    I am so glad you have this site I recently found out about this site
    Honestly, I recently found out I had hypothyroid from all my life but over the years I don’t know what my mom did or didn’t do my thyroid was so much under control and along with thyroid my weight was controlled and now I can’t bring my thyroid in control or my weight
    I am so frustrated
    I take levothyroxine 75ml which gives me extra tremor in my hand and if they lower the dose my hypothyroid go crazy I wish I know how to control with food
    above all weight is gaining like crazy’
    sleep has gone out too

  35. Barbara Valenti says:

    Sure you don’t have an extra thyroid to give away? Now, I need a small one for my dog too!
    Thanks for the snippet’s, they really make me laugh!
    Maybe we should all meet for a nap somewhere? Humm,…Really thank you, we are so blessed that you started this blog. Without you we would all be lost!!!

  36. Mezina Yaghi says:

    I’ve been on synthroid tablets for more than a year now. I feel ok, but I have other issues as well so I can’t really tell if they are doing me any good.

    I enjoy reading your blog-it gives so much information that I was unaware of. Thank-you!

  37. OMG, I have been ill for a long time. Thank you for the awesomeness, the contest, and generosity. 🙂 Pick me,

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