If you TSH is around 1 maybe look at nutrition deficiencies through vitamin testing.
Not certain how to access vitamin tests rachel? will nhs Gp do that ? Im in Uk. Tsh is actually 0.05 but Im not hyper as one may expect with that - Gp explained that lots of hypo patients actually feel best at supressed level and I certainly seem to be one of those as I was much worse prior to treatment.
What deficiencies would lower your temp to this level??
Thanks for suggestions
My GP did the vitamin testing. He's a DO.
I've read that low iron, magnesium, B12, vitamin E, and B3 (niacin) could all be contributors to being cold. I had a full vitamin assay done and found that I was low in iron, B12, B3, Vitamin D, and Zinc. Settling those in addition to my thyroid has helped the coldness tremendously.
I assume you're taking T4. If it were being properly converted to T3, you would have a temperature of 37.0 C (98.6 F) in midday. You just aren't making enough T3.
As far as nutrition, everything is critical. But vitamin D and iron are especially so. I would suggest not fooling around, like I did; find a doc who can do a comprehensive nutritional evaluation in one fell swoop.
You might want to investigate wilsonstemperaturesyndrome.com .