I finally was feeling kind of better with 150 mcg of t4 medication. But I was having problem with heartbeat (like my heart punches 2-3 times and I become so weak). So I went to my doctor and she reduced my t4 to 75 mcg after looking at my new result. Now, my symptoms of hypothyrodism is back--headache, breathing problem, fatigue, and still heartbeat problem! Should I go back to the previous dosage of 150 mcg? And what should I for my ongoing heartbeat problem? The new dosage is just exacerbating the situation. I can not trust the local doctors anymore!
This is my new test's result after being on 150 mcg of t4 for almost 5 months:
TSH: .010 (Reference value:- .27 - 4.2 uIU/mL)
FT4: 1.59 (Reference value:- .93 - 1.7 ng/dL)
FT3: n.a. (my doctor did not let me to test this)
Thank you for reading.
p.s.: I am only taking calcium medication as a supplement.