I was diagnosed with UAT in March and have been taking 25mg of Levo since. My TSH has gone from 6.6 to 2.3 in May to 1.9 last week. Whilst I do feel better in some ways, I wouldn't say I'm 100%. The main things for me are a foggy head (though it is a bit better) dry and very itchy legs, and a sluggish/gurgling/bloated digestive system. I spoke to my GP on the phone after the last results, and he said that some people don't feel better until their TSH is below 1, so to make an apt to see him after the next set of results. However, as my TSH has decreased to 1.9 now, I'm thinking he might not agree to give me a higher dose at this stage as it still seems to be going down.
Am I being impatient, is 4 months too short a time for symptoms to have improved/gone? Also, on 3 or 4 days where my digestive system has really been playing up I've taken an extra tablet mid-afternoon and it has seemed to help ie I've not felt as terrible as normal after dinner - but is that actually possible?
The doc also thinks it's likely I have PCOS, though I have tested negative for insulin resistance, so I'm wondering if thyroid issues could be causing the sex hormone imbalance.
Sorry that's a bit of a ramble, but any advice on how to handle the appointment would be very much welcomed.