hi this is dinesh 3 years ago my mind was fogy?remember little bit,low concentration,nothing seem pleasant for me so i consulted psychatrist he suggested me depression medicine but i was not fine with that same fogy brain,my brain was fogy so i find it difficult to tell my symptoms just i said to him my mind is not working then he suggested me to test for throid FT3 and FT4 were normal but TSH was 6.17 with psychatry medicine i was very fine for 6 hrs when i slept and wake up there was same fogy brain,i always wake up in morning and look for am i well or not,i change psychatrist he suggested me many medicine,medicine like lithium i had taken i became totally numbed and slow very slow reactive but now when ,i was not sure what was wrong with me ,after three years i again checked my blood,FT4 0.81 FT3 was normal and TSH 21.5,at this moment i am like a robotic no all activity look like imaginary,infact i am too slow like down syndrom,suggest me which specialist do i consult i am taking 100 mg thyroxin only,i dunt have energy find very uncomfortable.
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