Hoping for some guidance or failing that, a sympathetic ear.
Usual story of hypothyroid symptoms to a greater or lesser degree for years with 'normal' tests. In my last go round of this I was advised to go gluten free with IBS about 15 years ago which worked so I thought that was my problem. Yet here I am again. Menopause has been ruled out.
Weight gain, fatigue, scale dry skin etc. Plus now high blood pressure and spreading peripheral neuropathy. The list of symptoms I match is ridiculous. GPx2 both insist neuropathy is not related to thyroid problems and have referred me to other disciplines for investigation. I did manage to persuade one into testing antibodies but I'm waiting on that. Relevant test results I have atm:
TSH 3.2 (0.3 - 3.94)
B12 490 (197 - 771)
Ferritin 47 (13 - 150)
TSH 2.26 (0.3 - 3.94)
I know it's not a lot to go on right now and I daresay my antibodies will be fine too. Does anyone have any thoughts about next steps with a pair of non believing GP's? The fizzing in my feet is horrible and lack of sensation in my hand is very difficult to live with.
Thx in advance