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My loose understanding of TSH and T4 is
If you haven't got enough thyroxine (T4) then the TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) goes bonkers (aka high) trying to wake up your thyroid and get it to function......
So a high result just says it's coaxing your thyroid into action. As soon as T4 is managed correctly (you're quite close) your TSH will settle.
FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) does the same for your ovaries. FSH is high? then you're approaching menopausal
Unlike ducks or chickens, geese are very territorial, especially if it's breeding season or their young are nearby.
There is a chance this goose still won't like you, even if you do have bread, as you will still be intruding on 'his turf'!
On the other hand, if he gets used to seeing you and he eventually learns that you pose no threat then he may come to accept you running through his garden.
My suggestion would be to keep running, and ignore him as much as possible, even if he is nipping at your heels. The more attention you give to him, the more likely he is going to think you present a risk and the more he is likely to want to fight you.
Does that make it clearer Jose (can't do your accent thing, sorry)
now, THAT is....interesting
I recently purchased a pair of Saucony Vision Shoes from the M & M website.
I am a serious runner who typically does 400 to 500 miles and week training and I take part in regular marathon and ultra marathon races, for a long time now I have worn shoes without a problem. I decided to try the visions having heard good things about them and having read the technical data on the shoes. The first time I wore the shoes was for a short 100k run, during the run they destroyed my feet and left them badly blistered and very painful, I put this down to breaking the shoes in and decided to give them another try. I wore them again a week or so later once the original blisters had heeled, this time I wore them in a half marathon race in Carlisle. As a result I have been left in agony with terrible blisters and deep tissue bruising which will stop me running for at least 2 weeks according to my Doctor. I am appalled by these shoes and I suggest you think carefully before buying them. the second run whilst wearing these I am a very experienced runner who takes care of his feet and always wears good quality socks etc, I haven't had any problems with my feet in the past.I wrote to Saucony to complain and they sent a very weak reply saying the shoes were selling well!You have been warned!!!
Hi chaps, I'm doing a dissertation for my PhD in marketing, can you [color=red] please [/color=red] tell me what colour green flashes you all wear for your jogging?
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