I am a 27 year old who has been having breakthrough bleeds for 2 years. I have had all sorts of tests done and have stopped taking the pill.
Over the last 3 years I have put on almost 3 stone in weight which I can't seem to shift.
After researching the net I think I may have a problem with my thyroid although I have had a blood test which was "normal".
I have been doing the Body temperature test (http://allonhealth.com/hypothyroidism-test.htm) and my average waking temp is 96.9 which can indicate thyroid problems.
My question is how do I now go about getting treatment as my blood test was ok??
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