Been to see my endo today (I am a type 1 diabetic so get regular appointments for my insulin pump) and I had had a subclinical TSH of 5.35 in April. I have been falling dreadful, totally exhausted, lots of pain in calves when walking making walking painful, carpal tunnel, skin spotty and itchy, and I just feel terrible. He did tpo antibodies and today they have come back >1000 so he has said I do have hashimotos buy that my TSH was now 'normal' (kicking myself for not asking for number) so he said the symptoms are probably due to that but can't do anything until TSH rises more. I have an appointment in 6 months and a retest but I'm not sure at the moment if I can cope like this for another 6 months or more, I am only 29 and I feel awful. I don't know where to go from here?
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