my thyroid journey
you’re not alone
If you’ve come to this page I imagine you’re either curious about how to support someone with thyroid cancer or you’ve just received the diagnosis yourself. If the latter is your circumstance, I’m so sorry, and I pray that the information I provide here can be used for encouragement and guidance.
My word(s) for 2021 is “let go.” In this diagnosis, I know I am having to let go like never before and let God take control. I never knew this battle would be one that I would fight in 2021 but it didn’t take God by surprise. He is already speaking words to me for 2022 so I KNOW I’ll be telling of my healing and this miracle for the rest of our lives.
Here I’ll be including blog posts that document my journey, as well as some links for pre and post-operation essentials and some encouragement or tips.
on the blog
My final thyroidectomy recovery and updates
This is my second surgery, a left thyroidectomy which will result in being a total thyroidectomy. These are the journals that I kept during the process.
My right partial thyroidectomy and cancer diagnosis.
This is my journaled notes from my first thyroid surgery. I had a right partial thyroidectomy. This also the timespan where I found out that I have Thyroid Cancer.
my favorite products
There are quite a few things that are helpful in the surgery and recovery process, so I’ve compiled a list of links that’ll help you know what you (or someone you know) might need!
The links above are affiliate links of which I earn a small commission of each item sold, however the price remains the same for you