When I was hyper and before it showed up on tests I had diahrrea almost daily. It was awful. I am now hypo and I no longer have that paticular problem. I also eliminated gluten and that has really helped my stomach problems.
I have hashi's and had a bout with hyperthyroid. While I was hyper I developed IBS. I think the stress your body is going through precipitates it. I hope you start feeling better. As much as I hate feeling hypo, hyperthyroid was just about the worst experience in my whole life.
Yes, 5 years, looks like they just overlooked it. They were concentrating more on my GI problems and just told me it's IBS, but none of the specialists could tell me why all the weight loss. Anyway, i am glad i am on medication now, hopefully i will recover soon. I know it takes a bit of time for the thyroid to get in balance. Hope for the best. Thank you all for the info. Really appreaciate it.
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