I have hypo and my main symptom was palpitations. Also, when they initially put me on tyroid meds I felt worse (grumpy, anxious)because the dr was trying to lower my TSH to below 1. He agreed to adjust it (after I threatened to quit the meds) and I feel great with my TSH at 4-5.
My daughter has struggled with insulinoma tumors for years and it sounds like what you have. They are so rare that it took a long time before she got the correct diagnosis. She was also accused of injecting herself with insulin!
trust god and learn breathing exercise and yoga for thyroid and and one day you will
write me and tell me good news, i promis
it is so effectiv you can not emagin. but please do it correctly, You can learn from net.
sorry for bad english.
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