According to a new study.
She's now suing the hospital.
Prompting women to share their agonising experiences.
1 in 10 women are sufferers, yet very few have even heard of it
Here's what it involves.
The disease affects one in ten women.
One in seven Australians live with a thyroid issue.
“I may have felt choiceness before, but I know I have choices now."
The debilitating disease affects one in 10 Australian women.
It's so simple.
"I gained 20 kilograms in eight weeks."
She required hospitalisation.
"It came as a huge shock."
"I was petrified I would wake up without my baby."
"I thought it was something that only older people got.”
"Before I get seen with my cane and wheel chair in public, I’d rather put it out there."
“I felt very excited to be fully accepting and embracing my true self.”
“I felt like something else was wrong.”
Her complaint was a sign of something much more serious.
Not all toilet habits are normal.
She fought till the very end
And how to fix it.