I've had chronic fatigue for almost a decade now. Have Hashimoto's and thyroid has been determined non-functional a good few years ago. I take adrenal glandulars and was diagnosed with low aldosterone years ago. They tried to treat the low aldosterone years ago with Flornef and some more naturopathic medication. They both made it worse, where I felt like I was retaining water. I take NDT sublingually throughout the day (WP Thyroid). My main symptom right now is the fatigue and line I have bradycardia. Like my heart is not pumping well at all. I'm drinking water down coffee all day to get it pumping faster I feel, and possibly using it as a diuretic. Is this a hormonal issue why my heart feels like it is half beating, I have good parts of the days at time, which I did not have years ago, or do I need a pacemaker!!??!! I feel like I need a pacemaker. I was in synthetic thyroid medication for years. Dud that cause this issue? I've been to a cardiologist in 2012 and recently in April of this year. The first time, the cardiologist said everything looked ok and that it must be hormonal. Saw the same Doctor in April, and felt that the heart looked fine. I need to get this resolved because I need my life back. Part of me feels like I can't retain liquids, and my dog is licking my legs (sign of low aldosterone I've seen).
I'd really appreciate any thoughts. Thx!! Go see another cardiologist? I'm just 49 btw. Thx!