Oh no, that doesn’t sound good at all. I’m really sorry to hear about the breakdown in your relationship. Don’t worry about replying to this, as you have enough going on.
You didn’t ask for advice, so please disregard if this isn’t helpful or relevant. But for what it’s worth, I can tell you (read: guarantee you; read: have also been there) that a woman who has been dealing with hypothyroidism (the effects of which often linger long after treatment is stabilized) *and* with chronic iron deficiency is experiencing an overwhelming need to minimize the demands placed on her energies and emotions.
It’s likely that, beyond the specific issues you two are having, she finds you cumulatively exhausting and viscerally needs a break. There’s a self-preservation aspect; her endocrine axis truly needs a rest from stress and demands. Do note that, when she’s had that rest, she’ll need to feel taken care of by her partner if she’s going to try again and stick with it.REPORT ABUSE