A usual she would not tell me what they are, (dont worry I am changing surgery as i move home in 5 weeks), but she wanted to make sure I had been taking my meds and when? Because she said she was confused by my results as they are apparently worse now than when I was first diagnosed. I was started on 25mg, upped to 50mg then another dr upped me to 75 mg about 8 weeks ago but this dr said she would not have upped me as she thought the result last time was within the 'guidelines'. those bloody guidelines.
Anyway she spoke to me as if i had fixed the test in some way.
How the hell can you fix a blood test for god's sake?
She said to carry on with the 75mg for now then have anopther test in 4 weeks which will be interesting as this is about the time I will be swapping surgeries just to confuse things.
Any ideas as to what I should say to her?
The only thing I suggested was that I have been put on a calcium tablet (the size of a 20p) and have been taking it at the same time) and only read recently that you should not take it within hours of the thyroid meds, so she suggested speaking to the pharmacy to see if there are any ,ore of my meds that should be taken at other times (I take several others)
I then obviously have to go through all of this with a new doctor, hopefully i will find one that has a brain in their head and some knowledge of thyroid and RLS too.
Any advise greatly received.
Thanks in advance xx