For two years now, I have been telling my doctor that something is not right with me and that it is hormonal because, two years ago I suddenly gained 20kgs in a span of 6 months. My breasts go bigger, I became very weak, dizzy, constipated, unhappy and down, and experience symptoms of Hypothyroidism. I also have iron deficiency, and all my doctor does is give me iron transfusions, which never help but only for a few months before my Ferritin levels dip again and I am rendered bed ridden. I had the last iron transfusion on 14th Oct 2016.
How he keeps ignoring my symptoms is because my tests are always in the normal range. I now insisted on being referred to an endocrinologist and I have an appointment on the 23rd of Feb 2017. I live in Switzerland btw.
I would like some guidance as to how I am supposed to convince these people that something IS in fact wrong, and that dismissing my symptoms based on the fact that my test results are in the normal range, is unfair. What am I supposed to do to be taken seriously? What should I highlight to the doctors if once again I get told that nothing is wrong with me when a lot is in fact wrong?
My most recent blood tests are below. They are in German but they should make sense.