I have been diagnosed with hypothyroidism for almost 20 years and have been on .112mcg of Levothyroxine a day for roughly the past 8 years. Last January, my TSH level was only 0.11 and in October of this year (2008) it was 0.50. My doctor did nothing when my levels were so low in January. In fact, I didn't even know they were that low until this morning when I called and asked. In January (when this latest blood work came in) it showed that my cholesterol was a bit elevated, so my doctor put me on Crestor. I took for only two months and started having severe muscle pain in my legs and arms. I stopped taking it immediately. I might also add that I was diagnosed with Gastroparesis about three years ago. I was also diagnosed with IBS-Constipation prevalent roughly four years ago. I SUFFER with EXTREME fatigue, severe calf muscle pain with a dull, throbbing, aching pain, hip pain, groin pain, severe muscle pains in my arms, upper and lower muscle back pain. I thought this would stop when I stopped the Crestor but it most definitely HAS NOT. I have been off of Crestor for approximately five months. I suffer daily with pain, constipation and stomach issues. I also have a bad memory and horrible concentration. Could all of this be related to my thyroid being too low? The muscle issues, stomach issues, constipation, memory? I need help and don't know where to even begin to get it. I feel out of control and I just want my life back ! I am only 47, but I feel like I am 80. I would go back to my general doctor, but for obvious reasons I don't trust him anymore.