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Discussion in 'Submariners' started by ProudNavyWife(tooBe), May 8, 2007.

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  1. You may not remember but I was asking for some help regarding my fiances underactive thyriod. Well he has the all clear, he came home for the Easter holiday and we where well angry as his results where "lost again"! this has now been going for months. He applied for jobs just encase and pretty much decided it was boats or nothing. He got back on the 18th April (his PVR date was the 21st) and went to Submaine School explained he needed to know as he only has 3 days before PVR date. They then suddenly moved! the blood tests where not back but had some results from his hospital appointment and as he has always been well and isnt tired and so on, that although he may have an abmornaility but its normal for him.

    He is now classed as fit for SETT everything is in date but he has been recommended he does the thing like the peak flow (sorry cant remember the name for it) as it runs out next month.

    So all is good, thanks for your help ans advice.

    we went up to Helensburgh and Faslane 2 weeks ago and loved it even thou it rained everyday, he sent lots of photos and I like the look of it to. He should get is draft this month and we will find out if he will get the V class like he wants :lol: and only 5 weeks left of his SA course. so fingers crossed we will soon be there.

    Maybe they just needed a kick up the bum!

    Oh and we got married on Saturday he looked so handsome in his uniform

    Thanks Again
    Sharon

    Now just got to see if I can change my username
     
  2. Hiya Sharon

    I have graves disease ( thyroid problem) and have had radio iodine therapy ( waiting for second dose), so can help with any advice etc if needed

    Congrats on your wedding

    WW
     
  3. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Married!!!!! congrats lover, well done, you can shag him now...it must have been hell waiting all this time :wink: well done again and all the best.
     
  4. Married... Did nobody tell you that married couples tax relief has ended?

    Many congrats and best wishes for the future.
     
  5. Subtle as an air raid as per usual oppo.

    :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  6. Hello again Sharon. Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier but I have been away and I missed your post. I am delighted that everything has turned out OK. I do have one little niggle though; if it were me or a loved one of mine I would get an annual blood test for TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone), just to be on the safe side. Underactive thyroid moves very slowly, but it would be wise to keep an eye on it. If it starts moving upwards, shout. The medical branch should make sure that this happens, but I wouldn't bet on it! Don't forget; nag to get it done.
    Good luck in your married life.
     
  7. Congratulations on everything.

    I was oveer in the Faslane area last weekend, first time for many years and boy has it all changed, theough Helensburgh looks much the same. The weather was excellent then so the rain stops occasionally and when it does there are many excellent places to visit depending on your interests.
     
  8. Congratulations to you and your husband PNW :)
    May you have a long and happy marriage.
     

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