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Feet tingling
I'm a 44 year old female, recently noticed steady weight gain, mostly through my mid-sectionm, which I've never had much of a problem with.  Although I'm very active, not eating any more (probably less if anything) and was tested with a low TSH level, and started taking Levothyroxin 50mg, 3 months ago.  I've noticed an intensed tingling in my feet, where they feel like they're falling asleep, and I continue to gain or maintain my weight, if I eat next to nothing.
Its so frustrating to keep trying to monitor my diet, working out, etc... and nothing changes, I'm still gaining weight, still tired.  Is feet tingling a symptom of a low thyroid, or the thyroid replacement, Levothyroxin? Just curious?
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