As far as I remember - when I was taking 60mg of T3 - My t3 was 7.4 (normal range 9-21) and my T4 was 4.3 (normal range 1.6-3) my iron levels are 218, my prolactin level is coming down it was pretty I am waiting for results for my TPO anti bodies, Vitamin tests and other thyroid tests. So I should get them this week.
Last month I ended up in hospital with numbness in the face, brain,neck, back, feeling like I was about to collapse, faint,etc all these crazy symptoms I was really really ill and ended up being rushed to hospital! I was held in hospital for 2 days and they done blood tests, blood pressure tests,etc and found nothing and then they referred me to an ENT specialist and stuffed tubes down my nose and found nothing wrong.
I spoke to one girl on this site and she suggested to cut down my dose- so I cut my dose from 60 to 40mg of t3 the numbness in the brain stopped and started to feel ok for the first week then after that, the symptoms of chronic fatigue,exhaustion, low sex drive, lack of stamina,depression is still lingering along with many other crazy symptoms.
now I have found out that my endocrinologist has discharged me saying that he has done all that he can and all my tests are fine after seeing him last month and suffering like hell and after seeing him I ended up in hospital x2. He says his hands are tied and there nothing else he can do but I have to go and see my psychiatrist, my tsh has been suppressed and I just have to deal with my G.P for the rest of my tests....
Do I sense negligence or am I being over the top??
Do all endocrinologists dismiss their patients after having a suppressed TSH?