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WearyBun

559d

For those with Hashimoto's: When you have a perfect TSH (1.5), do you still experience hypo and/or hyper symptoms?

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    • Mayflower22

      555d

      @WearyBun it is yeah! I think it just goes to show that everyone's body is different. I had to have a serious discussion with my doctor and just told them kindly that I understood it was normal but that I didn't feel well. I had been seeing my doctors pa and they were completely unwilling to do anything. Finally got see my doctor and she said absolutely let's change the dose and get you feeling better.

    • Mayflower22

      555d

      Absolutely. I feel horrible with a TSH anywhere under a 2. Finding the right doctor is really the best solution. Most will tell you to investigate and find out what else is wrong since your TSH is normal. Personally, I feel the best when my TSH is in the 3-5 range. I was able to find a doctor who helped me figure out a safe TSH and medication dose for my body.

      • WearyBun

        555d

        @Mayflower22 Oh that's very interesting. I feel horrible with a TSH of 3. Yeah I've been to so many specialists and they can't find anything else wrong with me. It is impossible to find an endocrinologist that believes me! Whenever I ask for doctor recommendations, they say no one else is going to tell me anything different 🥲

        • Mayflower22

          555d

          @WearyBun it is yeah! I think it just goes to show that everyone's body is different. I had to have a serious discussion with my doctor and just told them kindly that I understood it was normal but that I didn't feel well. I had been seeing my doctors pa and they were completely unwilling to do anything. Finally got see my doctor and she said absolutely let's change the dose and get you feeling better.

    • Moname

      559d

      Yes I think that’s one reason why it’s. So tricky and they( world not doctors) tell you to change up diet and figure out other issues like leaky gut and etc

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