I will try to keep this as brief as possible. March 2017 my chiropractor saw I was developing a goiter. I made appointment to see GP. Did some blood tests and ruled out Hashimotos. Ultrasound found some nodules. One rather large so had a biopsy done and all was ok. Blood work was ok per GP. I was extremely fatigued but GP didn't think an endo would help since labs looked good in their estimation. I sought out a naturopath doctor who put me on a multiple supplements. It's been almost a year and I'm still fatigued and no energy. I'm 55 and now 6 weeks post op for LAVH due to uterine fibroids (rather large). I know I must be dealing with menopause as well but feel at a loss as to what is thyroid and what is menopause.
Lab work as follows (ranges in parentheses):
TSH (0.450-4.500 IU/mL) was 0.701 12/29/17, 2.17 8/23/17 and 0.31 3/16/17.
T4 Free (0.82-1.77 ng/dL) was 1.22 12/29/17, 1.07 8/23/17 and 1.22 3/16/17
T3 Free (2.0-4.4 pg/mL) was 3.1 12/29/17, 1.2 8/23/17 and 2.9 3/16/17
PTH (12.0-88.0 pg/mL) was 49.7 on 3/16/17
Thyroglobulin Antibody (0.0-4.0 IU/mL) was <0.9 on 6/23/17 and 3/16/17
Ferritin (8.0-252.0 ng/mL) was 59 on 12/29/17
Vit D 25-OH 41 ng/mL on 12/29/17
Vit B12 (211-946 pg/mL) was 1077 on 8/23/17
Currently supplementing with 400 mcg Selenium, 1 mg L-methylfolate, 5000 IU Vitamin D3 liquid, 45 mg Zinc, 10 mg Floridix Iron, BMR thyroid support which contains 300 mg L-Tyrosine and 300 mg thyroxine-free thyroid.
Would appreciate any information or insight anyone can give to head me in the right direction. So tired of being tired