I'm sorry you still have symptoms after the removal of your thyroid gland. If I was a betting woman, I'd bet you are most probably underdosed. So if you could get a copy or print-out of your latest results of your blood test with the ranges and post for members to comment.
I think it would be better to ask your doctor for a Full Thyroid Function blood test. That is TSH, T4, T3, Free T4 and Free T3. (read on this link about FT3):-
If he is reluctant maybe get a private FT3 test.
Isn't it strange, you've probably been complaining for years about your clinical symptoms but the doctor is 'happy' but not the patient. That tells you there's something far wrong with their knowledge.
We have to read and learn as much as possible and members will answer, to the best of their ability as we aren't medically qualified - only sufferers who've got, or are trying to, recover their health to more or less normal.
If you've not had a recent blood test make an appointment to have the earliest possible, and fast (you can drink water). Leave about 24 hours between your last dose of levo and the test and take it afterwards. This helps keep the TSH at its highest as doctors can adjust our doses willy nilly to try to keep it 'in range'. Some of us need a very low or suppressed TSH - not somewhere in the range and usually we are on too low a dose.
Your doctor probably knows nothing about 'liothyronine' T3. T3 is the active hormone required in all of our billions of receptor cells in order for us to function. T4 'levothyroxine' is a pro-hormone supposed to convert to sufficient T3 and it doesn't always but our bloods may be 'within range'. Neither do doctors know any clinical symptoms of which there are about 300. Before the introduction of levo and blood testst we used to be diagnosed and given natural dessicated thyroid hormones until we were well.
At the same time as your blood test for thyroid hormones ask for a Vitamin B12, Vit D, iron, ferritin and folate as we can be deficient which can also cause problems.
"I am not a medical professional and this information is not intended to be a substitute for medical guidance from your own doctor. Please check with your personal physician before applying any of these suggestions"