Reflecting on 2019

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2019 has been a busy, eventful, yet wonderful year for my thyroid advocacy work. So, as we approach the end of 2019, I thought it would be nice to reflect on this.

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Some of the biggest news and probably the biggest change to my life, was my pregnancy, which I announced at the end of October, as I reached the six months pregnant milestone. Being pregnant with hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s has presented some extra challenges but on the whole I have felt very thankful for the opportunity, following a previous miscarriage in 2018.

This pregnancy (and the birth of my little one next year) will understandably impact my personal life but also my thyroid advocacy work, as I prepare to take a year off for maternity leave and discover what my health will look like post-birth.

My physical and mental health have been the best they’ve been in years, in 2019, and I finally managed to obtain my NDT medication on prescription in the summer, which was a huge step for the management of my thyroid condition.

In terms of my work in 2019, The Invisible Hypothyroidism:

Here’s to good health and a great 2020.

My ‘maternity leave’ starts from the end of January 2020, though I don’t plan to disappear completely. Blog posts and articles have been written and scheduled so that a new one will appear on my site every week, and you can find me on social media.

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Written by Rachel, The Invisible Hypothyroidism

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