When I joined medhelp I knew I had thyroid problems but didnt really know much more. Now, from all the resources available on this site and the great people who have so much knowledge I am now more aware of what is going on and recently I had enough info to know what tests to ask for and what symptoms to tell the endo about (such as my fatigue), so, after all this is turns out I need thyroxine tablets which I start tomoro (23/3).
Even though I am only part way there, I am so much more knowledgable and starting to feel better. Thank you to everyone who helped me understand!!! :)
Oh, Im doing ok thankyou. Went back to the endo a few days ago and got an increase in meds because I am still showing symptoms of hypo and my blood results reflect being hypo and having bloods re-done in 6 weeks. So I guess until the next blood test its just a waiting game. Thanks for checking in on me! :)
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