You have Hashimotos as indicated by your previous thyroid antibody blood test showing TPO - 1150 HIGH (range less than 35).
Once developed, Hashimotos is with you for life and all your symptoms are classic of the hypo//hyper swings that sufferers find themselves on before the disease is managed. Doctors fail to recognise the destruction and unwell feelings that Hashimotos can cause and some will almost ignore its presence.
Your antibody level has come down which is good but your T3 & T4 are a little low. TSH is fine.....although TSH fluctuates I don't understand why it is not higher considering how unwell you feel......maybe others will comment...? ?
Never doubt yourself Paolatello...only you know how you feel.
Until medicated on optimal thyroid meds I felt crazy too. ...and as Clutter has previously explained Hashimotos has a definite negative impact on a woman's cycle as explained in the link below.
Nutrients are vital and below is a link explaining their importance.
The books I previously recommended will explain all aspects of Hashimtos and thyroid issues. If you can understand what is happening and why...it may make it a little easier to bear.
Hope you feel better soon.
This link below explains the importance of vitamins and where they may be obtained.
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