Hi all,It's been a while since I've been on here,really because the thyroid is a mystery to me,so I would be of no help to anyone.
But I am slightly worried as my Endocrinologist has discharged me without explaining much to me. When this all began I was told I had an Underactive thyroid,but as time has gone on the words kept getting longer,Parathyroid,hyPOparathyroidism,hyperparathyroidism,then the last time I seen him he never really gave me answers, I said "so I'm now back to Underactive thyroid" he said "no" so I asked what then and he just talked in a manner I never understood.
But the fact that he discharged me,worried me after all this up and down stuff,I now don't really know what I do have. One sentence in my letter states " She remains asymptomatic from a calcium point of view" my calcium was 2.32,albumin38,alkaline phosphatase 57, and adjusted calcium 2.29, TSH normal at 1.02 and vitamin D 67.2.
So what can anyone make of that,the discharging me surprised me,since according to him I've been all over the place. When I asked him,how do I keep a check on things ,he said your GP will keep an eye on you. Well that's just a joke. Can anyone explain any of this to me please,I would be very grateful.