I have swung from hypo to hyper to normal to hyper to normal to hypo in a matter of a year. I was wondering if anyone else has had this happen to them and if they have ever found any solutions. I begged my endo to remove my thyroid while I was hyper, but she didn't believe me that this was actually happening. So, now that I've swung to hypo again, she finally says she thinks I should go the route of radio active iodine, but have to wait until I'm hyper again for it to be effective. She also told me that she's never seen a patient swing this fast. I'm just feeling very alone and worried that this is never going to get fixed. After 9 years of doctors screwing around with this and being jerked around from one diagnosis to another and finally back to the original one of Thyroid disorder, I'm losing hope that I will ever be able to have a normal life.
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