Your's is another in the sad saga of patients having their meds adjusted by TSH alone. That does not work well at all for many people. A low TSH result does not mean you are hyper. You are hyper only if your active thyroid hormones are so high that you get hyper symptoms. TSH is a pituitary hormone that is affected by many variables, including the time of day when blood is drawn for the test. For many reasons, TSH is inadequate for use as a diagnostic to determine meds dosage. At best it is an indicator to be considered along with more important indicators, which are symptoms and tet levels of the actual, biologically active thyroid hormones, FT3 and FT4. FT3 is four times as potent as FT4 and FT3 correlates best with hypo symptoms. And symptom relief is what it should all be about, not trying to get your test results into whatever range the doctor thinks is okay for you, especially if only using TSH.
In my opinion the very best way to treat a thyroid patient is to test and adjust FT3 and FT4 levels with meds, as required to alleviate symptoms. Frequently this necessitates getting FT3 and FT4 levels into the uper part of their range, regardless of the TSH level.
From your experience to date, I think you are going to have to look for a good thyroid doctor that is willing to treat your symptoms, by testing and adjusting FT3 and FT4 levels. Going to an Endo does not assure a good thyroid doctor. Many specialize in diabetes, not thyroid. The best way is to ask around for a recommendation for a good thyroid doctor, or to post another message asking for a recommendation for one in your area.
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Thanks for the info. Since that last change that messed me up I have been keeping track of my own and my doc and I actually had a meeting of the minds over who knew me best and what I needed best. Heard back from them yesterday after I posted this and he said don't decrease meds. which let me know that his PA looked at my labs and not my records cause he and I had a talk about that too. He is my doc and should be the only one changing my meds, not his PA. He said yes ma'am. He is out of town till Monday and I'm going to go to him with this information. He is an internist and a peditrician.(my kids) and I trust him whole heartedly with my kids. He knows me well enough as a mother to listen to me and what I think, plus I'm older than him.Ha