"Everybody thinks they have thyroid problems when they gain weight"
.... only to discover I had a TSH of 95 after the bloodwork.
Two things come to mind that are equal for me.
1 I could be having a brain anurysum ( because I was hypo w/ symptoms) that came from the loving endo I saw.
2 You need a shrink!
"On the copy of the CT Scan results, the scan read, "thyroid looks normal", uh, i had a TT about 14yrs ago."
"You can't have thyroid issues, you don't have one".
"Let me write you a presciption for Prozac".
Needless to say, i switched doctors.
All women over 40 blame everything on their thyroid - my Prim Doc
Oh, it's just papillary microcarcinomas, nothing to worry about, the good kind of cancer!!
The ENT/surgeon who replied when I asked about his wait and watch approach & what happens to those who have Cancer, "Oh, well, it comes with regret ...."
When I went to a doctor to have a physical and I told him about various issues, and his response to all of them were " It's nothing I can help you with".
Hello??? These were medical issues. Did I go see a real doctor or does he just play one on TV?
If it doesn't work we can always try again in a year.
You are obviously non-compliant or your meds would be working.