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beautifulDisasterxo

51d

so I got my thyroid levels checked yesterday TSH, t3 and t4 all normal range ! vit D a little low 26.6 . I have hypothyroidism, hashimotes disease and fibromyalgia. so my levels are all normal except vit D , but I still feel like garbage 😞 fatigued, brain fog, weakness, pain , stiffness, anxiety , stomach issues ECT. the list goes on and on 🤦‍♀️ has this happened to anyone else ? is this normal ? or is it possible my levels are normal but not " normal " for my body ? this has my anxiety thru the roof 😭 sick and tired of being sick and tired !!! if anyone has any advice , tips , anything I would greatly appreciate it !!

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    • 55isMe

      17d

      Just reading your "this has my anxiety through the roof". Anxiety can be an effect but anxiety can also be a contributing cause. Do what you can, breathe and roll with the rest. If our conditions were not so complicated and intertwined, the docs would have solved them years ago.

    • 55isMe

      17d

      Just reading your "this has my anxiety through the roof". Anxiety can be an effect but anxiety can also be a contributing cause. Do what you can, breathe and roll with the rest. If our conditions were not so complicated and intertwined, the docs would have solved them years ago.

    • Michel

      22d

      Doctor recommended 800 calcium for myself

      • beautifulDisasterxo

        22d

        @Michel my Dr has never recommended calcium for me

        • Michel

          22d

          @beautifulDisasterxo it be worth asking your doctor and get his opinion on it for your health

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Some individuals have reported feeling fatigued and experiencing other symptoms despite having thyroid levels within the normal range. It's suggested that sometimes the "normal" range isn't necessarily what's normal for an individual's body, and they may need to be on the higher end of normal to feel good. Additionally, low iron levels can contribute to fatigue. Some people have found relief from symptoms by taking certain supplements or medications, such as fish oil or Armour Thyroid, which contains T3 and T4. However, it's also possible that other conditions, such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, could be contributing to the symptoms.

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