Your TSH is through the roof - no wonder you feel absolutely awful.
Mine was 100 and I know exactly how unwell I felt - I thought I must be dying as I was discharged the night before from A&E as 'probably viral with high cholesterol'.
I wasn't diagnosed until 3 days later as I obtained a blood test form for thyroid and GP phoned me 3 hours later to say come and get prescription you have hypothyroidism - she then asked how did I get a blood test form. That's another story.
So you are even higher. How is it that doctors are unaware of clinical symptoms. I saw about ten doctors (some private) and it was a first aider who finally suggested 'thyroid'.
As your TSH begins to come down, it will gradually, until it comes right down. You should have a blood test every 6 weeks with an increase of 25mcg of levo until you begin to feel well again. Always get a print-out of your blood test results with the ranges (labs differ) for your own records and so you can post if you have a query. If you've not already had B12, Vit D, iron, ferritin and folate tested ask for these at next blood test