What are your test results? They drs consider "normal" at ranges we can't always function at. At a little over 1.0 I can't hardly funtion, but up to 3.0 is considered "normal" by most physicians and labs.
It sounds like your thyroid meds may not be enough because the symptoms you describe sound like they could be s bit hypo. Even though your tests results may be in the normal range per the doctor, they need to treat your symptoms too. Sounds like you may need a medication increase. (I had RAI for Graves too, almost 3 years ago)
If I were you, I would call the doctor's office and discuss your symptoms and let them know that you feel you need a medication adjustment, and go slow with the adjustments. Let them know that you do not feel normal and you probably have not reached your new normal. It sounds like your body has changed a bit from after your RAI. It is normal to have to have adjustments periodically.
Best of luck to you!
I just went to the Dr. and he increased my synthroid to 100mcg. will let you know how this works out.
Thank you for your comment.
Not sure what the exact levels read. I just received my results from mytestresults.com. All it said was that my TSH was in the normal range.