Hi I am new to this so bare with me. I'm at a last resort. So I had a Thyroidectomy 3 years ago. Why, I had a fluctuating thyroid and a large goytre which turned out to be my complete thyroid, which was growing with years. Before the procedure I was on no medication. The consultant said I should not need more than 95mg of levothyroxine based on height (6ft) and weight of 60kg. Every six weeks I am constantly being reviewed with the generic TFT. Every time the results come back my meds are increased. 6 weeks ago I got my results and go said my meds need to be increased again to 175. I explained that this causes my heart to go really fast average 120bpm when resting. So he prescribed propanol? Saying it will help. Was then advised this should not be a permanent solution. So I followed GPS advice and took the new dose. Last six weeks have been hard with my resting heart rate increasing to 130bpm and when actually active it is plummeting to below 50bpm. I went for my bloods today and nurse was really concerned as she said I'm extremely warm and clammy and do not look well. She took my bloods and said they will prob be back by this evening. I'm quite concerned as I have other health conditions too and am worried that they are missing something. I do not have a endocrinologist (since the op) as was told that because I have no thyroid I do not need one. Is the constant strain on my body going to make me Ill? I have enlarged lungs,hypermobility possible EDS arthritis and raynauds. I'm a single parent so am just super worried. Don't think I can take feeling this way anymore. I also work full time and am finding it hard to find the energy to work clean and be the best mum I can be. Any advice please. As the doctors really don't listen to me.