"Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate."

Welcome to The Invisible Hypothyroidism

Meet Rachel, Hashimoto’s Warrior and Thyroid Advocate.

 

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Welcome! I created The Invisible Hypothyroidism, as a means for me to record my personal journey of battling hypothyroidism, but also to help others by advocating for better thyroid disease diagnosis and treatment.

I have one simple message:

“Be Your Own Thyroid Advocate.”

Thyroid disease affects so many people of all ages, ethnicities, shapes and backgrounds. This is why we need adequate testing and treatment for all. I believe in each patient getting the right treatment for them.

It upsets me to see so many thyroid patients still struggling daily when we deserve to be in good health and it can be achieved.

I am a thyroid advocate as well as a writer. I am passionate about helping those with hypothyroidism and giving them a voice.

I do this by writing blogs about my personal experiences – the ups and downs – of living with thyroid disease, it’s linked conditions and my mental health. I produce informative articles, too, to educate and empower fellow thyroid patients and I write for The Mighty as well.

What lead to me beginning to blog was my own awful experience of living with an underactive thyroid and feeling like doctors were failing me. I record my thyroid journey on this blog as well as other things I learn along the way.

How To Stay in Touch:

Get real, helpful advice direct from another thyroid patient. Me!

– Give my Facebook page a ‘like’
– Follow me on Instagram
– Sign up to the subscription list (which is to the right of this text), to make sure you never miss a new post
– I’m writing a book! Sign up to the updates list so you’ll know when it’s ready to purchase, here: http://book.theinvisiblehypothyroidism.com/


How To Locate Articles and Posts:

If you’re looking for a specific post or topic, then use the search bar on the right to search. Otherwise, use the menu along the top of the page to locate specific categories and series.

If you’ve just been diagnosed or are just starting to learn about the condition, click Help! I’m New To This! It includes lots of helpful links to get you started.


We’ve got lots to learn, myself included! The topic of thyroid disease and all its related topics is so very vast.

Reading is knowledge and knowledge is power. 

-Rachel


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Get real, helpful advice directly from another thyroid patient. Me!

-Rachel