I am about to go to a new dr for my hypothyroidism. I am still battling fatigue-if I work out, I absolutely have to take a nap. And no matter how much sleep I get, I am exhausted when I wake up. I am also always cold, and my memory is still fuzzy. I hate that these symptoms seem so unrelated-but are part of hypothyroidism. So when do I know I am "normal" My TSH is "within range" though on the high side. And my last dr. told me that these symptoms were because I have 4 kids...and he couldn't imagine how I did it. To me he sounded supportive of one thing but dismissive of the other. So what is normal? Will I ever wake up from 8 hrs of sleep and not be exhausted? Sorry for the rant, but I feel like I am running around in circles with this.
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