To provide a brief summary of where I'm at medically now before I ask for help and advice:
Sept 2014 - Diagnosed hypothyroid after complaining about tiredness to GP, bloods showed slight underactive levels - 50mcg Levo
Summer 2015 - Progressed to 125mcg Levo, symptoms lessened but still present and making life difficult
March 2016 - After months of searching and seeing GP's all over I went to see a private doctor who 'diagnosed me as misdiagnosed'. I came off the hormones as per his instructions, did a test and was within the normal ranges.
I now find myself 3 months removed from thyroid hormones, still battling fatigue (to a slightly lesser degree I was before), and more recently terrible bowel issues (which to the best of my memory is a new issue). Lately I've found I'll go through long periods of not feeling hungry all day, then experiencing a sudden shocking & sharp pain to the abdomen, before having to rush off to the toilet, always experiencing bad diarrhoea.
As our doctors are always telling us "not everything is connected" but I can't help but put two and two together given the time frame of coming off the medication I'd been on a year and a half and developing this new stomach condition. My GP has recently referred me to a gastro specialist to speak with, but I thought I'd check on here if anybody had experienced any similar condition and could offer any advice/reading to attempt to learn more about what's going on. In the last couple of years I've become a part-time endocrinologist in my spare time (haven't we all), but this is a completely new world of problems for me and I'm a bit unsure where to start.
I hope this made at least a little bit of sense, I've attempted to spare you all the waffle of my medical history and get straight to the point. I know my case of potential misdiagnosis may be a somewhat exceptional one, but if anybody has experienced anything similar relating to the bowel issue I discussed please let me know either via comment or message if you'd rather not broadcast!