many thanks for the information.
I have just been to the Doctors and I am having bloods tested on Monday, he said he would test for a couple of viruses, glandular fever been one, but I don't think it's that as my glands are not particularly swollen along with kidney and liver function.
He did not even say they had been nasty virus in the area and I don't know anyone else who has got one. what ever it is I am sure it has knocked my thyroid levels out as I have felt very down in the dumps and weepy.
Interesting that you say a lot of people have something nasty in your area, what part of the Country do you live?
Yes I still have a very sore throat today and felt nauseous yesterday but not today, the symptoms seem to be swopping and changing.
Regarding my little one, she is now 34, lol.
She was always ill as a child, born with one of her kidneys very small with a reflux on her tube which had to be re implanted.
She picked up everything that was going around and in her teens started with Intersitial cystitis, had lots of tests and scans and were told it had nothing to do with her kidney problem.
When her fist child was around 18 months she started with hypo. symptoms, exhaustion, insomnia, freezing cold all the time, bone pain. Doctor diagnosed CFS. as thyroid levels "in range" 8 years later she has now has an official diagnoses of hypothyroidism as her TSH has risen above range. It has always been above 3.0 which in some other Countries she would have diagnosed then, but because of our stupid range she has been left feeling poorly.
Another interesting thing is, we have also just learnt Intersitial Cystitis can be associated with hypothyroidism.