So I went to my endo yesterday last week I was feeling hyper and they tested me and my levels were 1.75 which with me means I could be going hyper as the month before I was 2.75 and ten days later I was .24. So I self medicated and was taking 75mcg one day and then cutting it in half the next. So my tsh was 4.2 yesterday which I am feeling better but not still my old self. So doc said that when I had RAI (in Nov) they didnt get that much of my thyroid it appears or I would be on a higher dose so what happening is my levels are constantly changing so its hard to just put me on a dose, as she said my tsh has never been stable on any does I have been on. She told me that I needed to start self medicating myself if I feel like I am going hyper then to not take my medication for a couple days, If I am going hypo then add to it. She wants me on 75mcg 6 days a week, she thinks my body likes to be at the higher end of things. Why do things have to be so difficult? She doesnt want to see my for 6 months and we how it is at that point. They will not redo the RAI because if they were to take me of medication all together I would be hypo. I dont understand does this happen to everyone. I am on synthroid and have been since December. Please Advise.
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