I last posted a few months ago and everyone was so helpful - thank you. Just as a recap, these were my last test results, back in January....
T4: 15 (9 - 22.7)
TSH: 3.09 (0.35 - 5.5)
Also something else that was 213 and should have been between 0 - 60 which apparently is in keeping with autoimmune thyroid disease...(hope that makes some sense!)
I've booked to see my doctor again next week because, quite honestly, I don't feel any better on medication. I'm currently taking 50mcg levo and my friend, who is a doctor, says it should be upped based on my results, even though they're within range. The doctor didn't actually see me after those results, I just got a phone call from the receptionist saying to keep taking the same dosage.
I'm sick of always feeling knackered when I wake up, even when I get enough sleep. I'm always cold and I've developed what looks like patches of psoriasis on my legs (just recently). I'm sure it's all connected somehow.
How should I approach this with my doc if I want him to raise my medication? I'm happy to pay for it if it's a cost issue (I currently get free prescriptions). Any advice would be so welcome!