Today my Spotlight Story is about Jennifer Vosburgh and her incredible story:
My name is Jennifer Vosburgh. I grew up in Rhinebeck, New York on a family farm. I am married with two children-Madison (12) and Ryan(9). I went to school at Marist College for my bachelor degree in Business Communication and Leadership when I was pregnant with my daughter. Soon after, I got my Master degree in Counseling Psychology for Capella University. My goal was to help children in any aspect that I could.During my pregnancy with my daughter, I was very sick. Of course, everyone told me it was just a bad pregnancy and that is what I thought as well. I continued to be sick after she was born. I soon got to a point where I couldn’t really leave the house. I had a rash on my face, my body was weak, severe fatigue, and trouble breathing. I saw many doctors and specialists and was tested for everything in a medical textbook. I soon became pregnant with my son and still had all of these symptoms. At my first OBGYN appointment, the nurse told me that I should really have my thyroid checked because it was very large. Hmmm…not one other doctor had ever noticed this? I went to my first Endocrinologist appointment and was told that I had Grave’s disease-hyperthyroidism. I spent seven years on medication to control the hyperthyroidism and symptoms. Every month, I had to go for blood work and then my doctor would call me and change my dosage. Fast forward seven years, I had an ultrasound that showed 6 nodules on my thyroid. My current Endocrinologist and the specialist I went to see for a second opinion explained to me that I had two options. I could either take a radiation pill that would kill my thyroid or surgery to completely remove my thyroid. I was told I would need to have one of these done within two weeks. I did not feel right about taking a radiation pill. My knowledge of radiation told me that it causes cancer and so I was not going to put that in my body. I chose surgery. Within 4 months after surgery, I was the worst I had ever been. After the surgery, we had packed up and left New York and moved to Florida to be close to my family. Needless to say, I have been very ill for most of my time in Florida. To the point, that for months, I lived in my bed most of the day. I could barely walk, think, or even organize a complete sentence. I truly believe I was slowly dying. Yes, I went to doctors, specialists, and emergency rooms. I was tested for Lupus, Multiple Sclerosis, and many more diseases. I had Cat Scans and MRI’s. All of my blood work came back negative expect one test showed I was positive for Lyme disease.
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