ive been on synthroid for a couple of years and my life couldnt have been better at 40 i weighed 124 and was working out 2 hours 5 days a week had all kinds of energy and life was great hence- by the time i was 41 i started to change i kept telling my doctor something wasnt right he kept telling me my tsh was normal i must be depressed. so i went home thinking i was crazy. my symptoms got worse as the months went by i went back to the doctor and had him test everything he could on my thyroid and he found i had hasimotos thyroiditis. yes happy to know im not crazy but im not sure how to handle the symptoms he has increased my meds the first day all y symptoms were gone but as the 3rd day rolled around i could tell they were still there. it is deffinatley agrivated by stress. and i have most of the symptoms associated with the illness. im not sure why it effects my head and arm . im still scheduled to see an endrocron. doc but was sooking for some insight before that i have read about 5 books on the subject. any help would be appreciated
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