too an suffering from Hypothyroidism. Just recently went to a new Endocrinologist, and he confirmed that I do have Hashimotos. He took blood work, and they just called me and said all levels were in the normal range, so just to continue what I'm doing. But I'm still not feeling the best. I am better though. My levels were as follows: THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES>900 H with the Reference Range of <9 (IU/mL). My FT3 was 261 which is considered "normal" and my FreeT4 was 0.9 which is also considered "normal". I was kind of disappointed when I got the results, and even though he knew I was still not feeling good, he based my medicine off of the results and not how I'm feeling. I know from experience that not everyone has the same "normal". My question is should I call back and let him know I'm still not feeling good? I've been on 200 mcg of Synthroid for about 3 weeks now. It was 175 before. Should I give it a while longer to get into my system completely and let my body adjust? I also have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome working against me.