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I, Rachel, am not medically qualified and do not offer medical advice. I write this blog based on my real life experiences as a thyroid patient. It is based on what I have read in books, research and studies and have learnt from patient to patient forums and discussions. I may be able to give evidence by linking to research or reliable websites, or quoting from well researched books or studies and research and I will do this where I can.
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This blog has been created for informational purposes only and as a way for me to share my experiences as a thyroid patient. This blog’s information and that which can be found on related social media sites, publications, newsletters etc. which should be discussed with a medical professional if you are thinking of taking it on on-board, is not meant to be a substitute for professional medical advice or to be used as personal medical diagnosis or treatment.
I do not recommend or endorse any individual treatment, any specific test, products or procedures that may be mentioned in my blog entries. Instead, it has been created to be educational and informational where applicable, and, where applicable, for you to present to your doctor to work as a team concerning your health care. You should never disregard medical advice or delay seeking it because of a statement you have read on this website and/or read on one of the related social media platforms, publications, newsletter etc.
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Rachel and The Invisible Hypothyroidism is not rendering professional medical advice of any kind to you personally but is merely providing general education and information to you about wellness topics.
The Invisible Hypothyroidism and any others involved in the preparation of information contained on the site and related social media sites do not recommend that anyone alter their treatment that has been created for them by their own doctor or other healthcare professionals without individualised and clear guidance from these healthcare professionals.
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