I've been trying to get a diagnosis of, well, anything for 8 years now. I've been severely ill and housebound by whatever is going on with me, and whilst I'm convinced it's a hormonal problem of some sort (adrenal or thyroid) I can't provide any blood tests that will lead to treatment. All the levels I need to get anyone interested come back "normal". TSH, FT3, FT4, TPO etc. are all sat happily within the ranges.
However, from the beginning I've had a fairly constant thinning of hair on my head that started with becoming ill. But recently I've noticed that my hair is now thinning everywhere. Literally all over my body. I've got very little underarm hair left, the hair on legs is sparse, even my pubic hair is severely thinning. With the research I've done on the internet, apart from alopecia (which it doesn't sound like), I can't find anything other than thyroid/adrenal/pituitary as a cause.
I was just wondering if one of those 3 I mentioned is by far and a way the most likely cause, and this should serve as a fairly definitive marker for what is wrong with me, or are there other illnesses that could be causing this all over hair loss? And is it common with thyroid/adrenal problems?