Check out these symptoms of undiagnosed Lyme Disease. Do they look familiar?
The Lyme Disease bacteria and associated co-infections are just a few of the pathogens that can contribute to thyroid problems. Chronic viruses (HHV6, cytomegalovirus, EBV for example) , and the mycotoxins aflatoxin, ochratoxin and tricothecenes can also cause thyroid problems.
These pathogens should not be ignored if you are still having thyroid and other endocrine problems.
If you are still frustrated by not being able to get over your endocrine problems as my daughter was for over 20 years I'd be more than happy to send you some links to a wealth of information if you PM me. Fortunately we now know which pathogens contributed to my daughter's endocrine problems, and I'll gladly share the information I have with anyone who is interested.