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should I be worried

I am so stressed out.  My TSH went from 4.1 to 4.14 in 2 months, T3 total from 137 to 127, T4 free from 1.4 to 1.2, peroxidase antibodies greater than 1000.  I have weight gain at about the rate of about 2lb per week, heart palpations, trouble breathing, trouble swallowing, stressed and depressed, tired, my blood pressure droped from a normal range of 100/65 to a new "normal" of 82/60.  

My doctor said that my numbers are in the normal range but sent me to ultrasound at my request.  I have been taking 100mcg of synthroid for that 2 months.  I haven't got the ultrasound result but saw the note that the sonographer took that said something like "enlarged heterogenity, irregular vascularity on both lopes, etc.."

I have been feeling worst.  I am so worried... should I be worried?  Should I get another opinion?  Has I got worst, or is it stable and it is just all in my head?
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It will be nice if you would be able to post the entire ultrasound report.
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thank you, but I won't get the ultrasound result until May 29th.  My doctor said my TSH is in a normal range, so I don't really have a thyroid problem and so he will see me in 6 weeks.  He only sent me to ultrasound because I insisted.  Should I try to arrange an earlier appointment to get the result?  
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