After feeling a bit hypo in April, I had tests which showed low thyroxine raised antibodies - posted above. I raised my dose a little but I'm struggling to maintain even a low dose, three quarter grain, of desiccated thyroid replacement (have been on Nature Throid for about two years) I came off replacement for five days then felt hypo this morning and took half a grain and boom! Just as an aside, I have tiromel and ct3 and neither feel as strong to me as the less than equivalent bit of t3 in my small NDT dose...or so it seems. The reason I came off, and during the days I was off, I was energetic, warm and sweating with odd bouts of palpitations. I couldn't make my mind up whether I was shedding excess t3 or going hypo/hyper naturally. Could it be possible to go hyper after all this time of being hypothyroid or do I just need less replacement for some reason? I have been under quite a bit of stress from work and family health issues which seems to shove me up or down. Despite feeling hyper, I have actually felt quite good with energy and stamina, happy digestion and barely any pain etc, but can't understand why I need so little. Plus it is really difficult discerning the differences between hypo and hyper symptoms. I know I should get my levels tested again to help with answers but thanks for letting me put it here for now x.
P.S. I am supplementing with high dose sublingual b12. I swear it reduces my foot numbness and leg burning, unless I have a really bad flare up.