I didn't bother with my primary care. I hate her, well that's too strong a word but I can't deal with her. I took someone's advice(can't remember who sorry) on here and bought Phazyme. I started burping and the pain going across my bra line went away. Thanks for that tip on phazyme being better than gas-x. I saw my shrink yesterday and told him what's been going on since I haven't seen him since like last summer. He looked in the computer at all my bloodwork and told me my TSH is too low meaning my thyroid production is high. I had half my thyroid removed in 2005 and have been hypothyroid since then. I've been on the same dose of levoxyl for about a year and all the sudden I swing over to hyperthyroid land. Well this could certainly explain the chest pain, palpitations, and tremors. See how simple it is sometimes and my primary care just brushes it off when it seems to be a simple explanation to it. AND it's fixable. I called her about it yesterday and still haven't heard from her. Isn't she just great? Thanks for all your support through my many problems!
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