I just started managing issues three months ago. My antibodies weren't crazy high like some of you, but I guess it's still hashimoto's if I have them, along with hypothyroidism. I had HORRIBLE debilitating fatigue that came out of no where, atopic dermatitis mistaken for acne by myself, anxiety, heart palpitations.
Well, I've been taking deasivated thyroid meds for three months. My T4 has been fine, but my free T3 was way too low and my TSH high. My new results are that my TSH is down to....4.2. T3 isn't back yet. Anyway, reason for my post:
I have episodes of bradycardia- but I've always had a slow heart rate. It's usually 60-70, but will drop to 50, sometimes 45, which is when I don't feel well. My blood pressure is ok most of the time- low normal, but then will drop really low- like 80/50. I get soooo tired.
I'll be fine most times, but after exercising some times get "heat hiccups"- palpitations. Ugh. This feeels yucky.
Has anyone had to manage low cardiac output, or bradycardia or gone through anything similar?