You sound frustrated probably because you feel so ill and are searching for an answer. However, we must assume your antibody result was within range for the doctor to tell you it is normal and this is very good news because having Hashimotos Thyroiditis is horrid and a further complication to thyroid issues.
As other members have advised it is hard to comment on your thyroid hormone results without the ranges (numbers in brackets).
Therefore your first step should be to obtain these and post as a new question.
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Carol-g, it is possible to feel utterly dreadful from lack of (or too many) thyroid hormones and still record as a " doctors normal" as they work within strict guidelines and often don't know how to interpret the results anyway. There is every chance you are "boarder line" or " Subclinical".
When we are ill and in need of support and guidance, it is hard to be assertive but you may need to be persistent and shout to make yourself heard.
Most if us have been there already so understand and can give you that support and guidence.
Good luck and hope you feel better soon