For the last week my muscles have been really weak and sore (and a little shaky)- similar to when I was really sick before my Graves diagnosis, but I don't have any other hyper symptoms). I also still have the muscle twitching I mentioned before. I also have become really out of breath going up my 4 flights of stairs to my apt. I had blood work done on 12/31 and just got the results- TSH is low .04 but Free T4 is perfect, which is why the doc is keeping me on the same dosage of methimazole (couldn't discuss my symptoms with the doc though, only the evil secretary!). So, since the doc must think I'm not hyper and I don't have any other hyper symptoms, I'm wondering if it could be something else related to the Graves but not necessary directly to the thyroid levels. I know some people have mentioned vitamin D deficiency- Anyone else have this sort of tiredness and soreness when their thyroid levels are ok? Any ideas? I'm thinking of calling my primary since my endo, although very competent, doesn't seem to look at the bigger picture of the effect of Graves and medication on the body. Thanks :)
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