I'm very frustrated right now and I just need to vent. I had a TT 1 year ago and I've had ups and downs with how I feel. I feel good for months then I start to fel yucky. I go in, they take blood and finally have me on 137 of Synthroid after being on 100, 112, and 150. I thought 137 was the magic dose. I've felt great since August. Then about 2 months ago I started to feel kind of "off." By "off" I mean not good. Kind of shaky, hungry, hair falling out, etc. I called, he checked my levels and my TSH had gone from .01 to .44. Endo said I was going hypo and needed to increase my meds by taking 2 pills on Sundays. I did NOT do this as I felt like it would make me feel worse. I was feeling hyper so why would I add more medicine? Anyway, it's been a few weeks since he recommended that and I feel worse and my hair is coming out by the handfuls. And I feel a mixture of hypo/hyper. I'm starving, my chest hurts, my eyes are dry, my muscles burn, and my heart is racing. And a whole slew of other things. So I call today and do you know what he says??? He suggests I call my primary doctor as none of my symptoms appear to be related to my thyroid. WHAT????? Oh and I can increase my dosage if I want to see if it helps. I'm confused because if I'm feeling hyper and my TSH is .44 why would I need MORE meds to make me feel better? Wouldn't I need less? Is this all in my head? I highly doubt it could be anything other than thyroid issues since I never felt this way before my TT. I'm just at my wits end. I don't feel like I'm ever going to find a dosage of this medicine that makes me feel well. I'm so sick of feeling this way. I feel great for a while and I think "finally!" And then a month later my hair starts falling out again and those nasty feelings return. I can FEEL my body in crisis mode. I know my body and I know it's not right and KNOW it's the thyroid meds. Why won't he listen to me?????? Looking for a new doc tomorrow.