My Endo has gone back on what she had told me at the appointment.
At the appointment she told me I had Hashimoto's.
However in the report she has now put I have "primary hypothyroidism".
Here are results from 6 blood tests I have had done within the past year.
TSH - 0.69 (0.27-4.2)
Anti-TPO antibodies - 84,000 (<34)
TSH - 22 (0.27-4.2)
FT4 - 10.9 (12-22) - Started on Levo at 25mcg, 50 and then 75
TSH - 4 (0.27-4.2) - Levo increased to 125mcg
TSH - 4.3 (0.27-4.2)
FT4 - 15.3 (12-22) - Levo increased to 150mcg
TSH - 4.6 (0.27-4.2)
FT4 - 15.6 (12-22)
Anti-TPO antibodies - 41,000 (<34)
TSH - 2.7 (0.27-4.2)
These all show I have Hashimoto's!
The Endo has also suggested that these symptoms:
* Constipation after eating flour/wheat/gluten
* Inability to gain weight
* Cold intolerance
* Joint/muscle pain
* Excessive daytime sleepiness
* Dry, flaky skin
* Muscle weakness
* Heavy/early/late/short periods
* Short menstrual cycles
* Puffy eyes
* Thin/fine hair
are caused by Vitamin D deficiency (result for Vitamin D is 43.6 with normal >75).
Is she right to think that and why has she changed her stance on what type of hypothyroidism I have? She told me at the appointment I have Hashimoto's!