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Ovarian cysts affect women of all ages, especially during a woman’s childbearing years. Most ovarian cysts are functional and benign but some can become cancerous. Some ovarian cysts can cause bleeding and pain such as endometriomas/chocolate cysts and surgery is required for any cyst larger than 5 cms in diameter…

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Many people go through each day feeling exhausted and tired mentally and physically or feeling constantly sleepy.   CAUSES OF CHRONIC TIREDNESS AND EXHAUSTION Chronic fatigue syndrome is a neurological disease that often occur suddenly and often after a viral infection. The main symptoms of the disease is emotional, cognitive…

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I love the women of the Baby Boomer generation. They demanded world attention for their rights to equality in the sixties, changed the gender rules in the seventies, made their way into executive boardrooms in the eighties, and paved the way for the coming generations of their daughters and their…

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Tyrosine supports and assists neurotransmitters in the brain. When the body is stressed out, aged, or tired the availability of L-Tyrosine is depleted. L-Tyrosine supplementation helps reduce stress, improves mental alertness and mood, acts as an appetite suppressant and has a positive affect on sex drive. Let’s look at it…

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Bette Dowdell So, there you are, dragging your patooty through one grey day after another, wondering where your brain went, why your body aches and if you’ll ever feel good again. Even doctors who test for thyroid problems typically prescribe the ineffective medicine Synthroid or its generic equivalent. It helps…

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There are several issues with pregnancy and hypothyroidism. It is important that you discuss testing with your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. Hypothyroidism can be managed during pregnancy but there are some risks to the fetus. For example, during gestation the baby depends on the…

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