Hi everyone. I'm new to the group. After years of "just not feeling good" I finally went to see and endocrinologist. He said my TSH was on the high side and he was probably going to put me on thyroid medication. One of my biggest problems I have is morning fatigue. I feel terrible in the morning and don't want to get up. I also feel as if someone beat me up the night before. I love to exercise, but I really haven't been able to because I'm always so tired. Recently my hair started to fall out. My question is will these symptoms go away when I start taking the meds? I would love to workout everyday but I just can't do it right now. Will the morning fatigue go away? Will my hair grow back? Has anyone experienced hyoglycemia as a result of hyothyroidism? I also have trouble falling asleep. Is this also from my thyroid? Sorry, I have so many questions. I would of never guessed that it was my thyroid. I have a "pouchy" stomach that seems to have more fat than the rest of my body. I would like to lose 40 lbs, but I wouldn't call myself overweght. Will the meds make me gain? Thanks to everyone who answers. I don't really know any one with a thyroid problem to ask.
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