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Thyroid disease low TSH and high FSH?

So I was diagnosed when I was 17 with premature ovarian failure and ADD. My FSH levels are pretty high in the 80s-90s. I have osteoporosis and I'm 19 years old right now. my TSH level is 1.12 but I'm having all the thyroid problems symptoms. They are,

( I have really hard time concentrating, forgetfulness, ADD, sleeping all the time, tired quickly, cold sensitivity, nausea at night, slow reflexes, started to mumble while talking and forgetting words or what I was talking about, skin thinning, bruising easily, long time for cuts to heal, low immune system, a lot of cavities, really low vitamin D, hair loss, really dry brittle frizzy hair (it wasnt like that before), loss of some eyebrows, brittle breaking nails and the nail is getting separated from skin more, , some times having blood clots in skin, breakout on chest and arms, toes and knees sometimes make weird cracking sounds, wrist pain,constipation,and lately panic attacks, depression, not studying at all, HUGE BRAIN FOG feels like a dream and sometimes depersonlization.) My family has history in heart disease and attacks, Alzheimer, parkinson disease, asthma, high cholesterol.    

So after all of this doctors rule out thyroid cause TSH is 1.12. I mean is there ANY POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS? please somebody help me because this not being solved is causing my depression.
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Besides TSH, request free T4, free T3, thyroid peroxidase antibody (TPOAb), thyroglobulin antibody (TgAb).

"Thirty-three patients with the diagnosis of chromosomally competent premature ovarian failure were reviewed for evidence of autoimmune disease. Thirty-nine percent of subjects had an associated autoimmune disorder, of which thyroid disease was the most common. One patient had vitiligo and one had adrenal insufficiency.

A family history of autoimmune disease was elicited from 18% of subjects, all of whom proved to have an autoimmune disease themselves. From these findings, and a review of other studies, the authors conclude that an associated autoimmune disease, or other evidence of autoimmunity, is present in 30 to 50% of patients with premature ovarian failure."

- Premature ovarian failure: its relationship to autoimmune disease. Obstet Gynecol. 1985 Jul;66(1):27-30.
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Thank you so much for helping me out. I tested my chromosomes they were normal and my Thyroid peroxidase antibody was <3 also my THYROGLOBULIN AB was also <3
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