Vbr00k78, you do have hypo symptoms, and as you're on a substantial dose of levo I wonder if you've stopped responding to it - if you're having trouble converting it or if you've become resistant. The dry skin, bugs etc seems classic hypo to me.
Do you know what your pulse rate and temperature are? Try taking note of those a few times a day. If they're low, or if you're bloated, constipated, etc you are likely to be hypo.
The only way to know what's wrong is to get a copy of your actual results. If you post them here someone will interpret them for you and hopefully it will become clear what is going wrong.
The problem is that some people have an unexpected reaction to the levo. It may not be doing its job, you may need to add some t3 (which is the more immediately accessible version of thyroid hormone) or you may just need to keep your tsh under 1 to feel well. Doctors often think that if you're within the 'normal' range that you will feel well, but doesn't it seem sensible that a range is just a guideline for what is good for many but not all people? Doesn't it seem sensible that if the normal range for an important nutrient or hormone in your blood is, say, 20-200, that you may not feel as well if your level is 21 as you would if it was 125? Many docs just want to see you in range, but if your t3 and t4 hormones are near the bottom of the range you are likely to feel absolutely pants.