In 2005 I went to the doctor regarding some symptoms which I thought could be Hypothyroid.
For many years I've felt a great deal of fatigue, less stamina than others, yellow skin/jaundice (But that might be because I have Gilberts), really bad memory, difficulty concentrating for longer periods, cold hands and feet.
Other than that I also have dry facial skin, dry/brittle hair and a lowlevel tinnitus.
My biggest problem is the fatigue though, which is probably the cause of my bad concentration/foggy thinking?
My doctor then took a bloodtest in april 2005 (translating):
Bilirubin 45 (0-22) = Gilberts Syndrome, which causes yellow eyes and skin. Doctor says this shouldnt affect me any other way though.
TSH 2,33 miu/l (0,1-4)
Transferrin(ironcapacity?) 59 umol/L(49-82)
Thrombocytes 178 10^9/l (150-450)
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