No problem, is a horrible feeling, i still feel very lost with it all most of the time.
My t4 wasn't raging high the first time, was about 28 I think? I was on 10mg daily then 5 after about 3 months I think?
This time i knew it was creeping up as I am familiar with the symptoms. My main one is weight loss even though I was always eating (was great for a few weeks!) but the GP kept fobbing me off. So I kept going back asking for bloods until a senior GP looked at them properly and my t4 was approaching 30.
Again I was started on 10mg daily, after 6 weeks they have reduced it to 5mg. I have my first endocrinology appointment in January! Better late than never, it's only took 3 years to get referred!
I'm not saying you can't have post natal depression at the same time, I most certainly had it this time around, but the symptoms are so similar is easy to get them confused.
My main emotional symptom was and is anger. Angry at everything. It's abated now, but it's so horrible to feel like that. I can't explain it other than an irrational anger, my poor husband took the brunt of it, and still does to an extent.
It's tough. It's even tougher with a small baby to care for.
Persevere with the carbimazole , it can take weeks even months to feel the difference and make sure you get your bloods done regularly. I always ask for a printout of mine now as most GPs really don't know what they are dealing with. One even said to me this time 'oh it would have gone over active by now 3 months post partum'. The next GP panicked about my goitre and sent me to the surgeon who couldn't believe that first doctor had said that to me. Swings and roundabouts.
Sorry for the essay haha! It helps to talk about it for me. Feel free to message me when ever you like