2 months ago I got diagnosed with Hypothyroidism, my TSH levels then were 7.7 and I felt awful at the time, I couldn't concentrate, I was always tired and I was piling on the pounds. My GP put me on Levothyroxine 50 mcg, I had my second bloodtests last tuesday and they came out at 3.7 and I got told that's normal, now when I first started taking the Levothyroxine I started to feel human again, the cloud lifted off my head and I could think again. Two weeks ago it started going downhill again and today I just feel like crying, I can't think straight, I'm so tired, all I do is lie in bed, can it be that my threshold for the TSH levels is lower than the 3.7 it is now? I am going to make another appointment with my GP on monday but I don't know what to say to her, I'm afraid that I'll just sound like a hypochondriac... *sigh* any tips or am I just going crazy?
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