I posted a few months ago that my doctor had finally recognized my low B12 as a problem and that I was going to be treated with injections (6 as a loading dose then every three months).
I can't believe what a difference they have made and I'm finally feeling like I am getting back to normal! I've just had a thyroid blood test, I feel great so will probably show up as being over-medicated, and fingers crossed everything will be optimised!
I feel so great that I have taken on a running challenge for Macmillan Cancer Support called Out Run - where you run further and faster than you ever have before. I started to run last year and whilst it has been a very slow journey (I'm on week 4 of couch to 5K and have been for a long time) I can slowly feel myself getting stronger and having more stamina! So this month I'm trying to run a total of 31 miles, and I've already done 10! I'm also swimming and doing yoga too.
Don't get me wrong, I'm still really tired and certainly more tired than I was pre-underactive thyroid but I do feel more in control and that I can feel great if I get all my medication under control!
So do keep plugging away at your doctor until you are properly treated - it really is worth it!!