Hi, well my GP says because I am in the 'normal' range that they will test me again in 6 months. I went to her with my printed out list of symptoms with a large number of ticks next to the symptoms and know I am lucky I managed to get T3 tested also. I have not had any antibodies show up.
I am going to push for an appointment with her as my surgery likes to deal with people over the phone when it can and it wasn't her I spoke to when I got my results. However, trying to get an appointment with this GP is difficult.
I'm not sure what I am asking for, but any/all advice as to what to do from here would be very welcome!
I developed POF (premature ovarian failure) in my mid-twenties and I know a lot of symptoms are similar but that also a lot of people with POF end up with hypothyroidism also. It's been nearly 20 years of feeling very average most of this time and I now feel I should be pushing for a solution as I want to make the most of the time with my children and have the energy to run jump and play with them. My mother and my Aunt also had/have hypothyroidism.