First thing in the morning my blood pressure is usually around 109/58, and pulse 60 or 61, temperature varies from 35.6 to 36.6 and never higher.
In the afternoons and evenings sometimes I have sudden racing pulse for up to a minute or two (rarely more) and then it stops momentarily and re-starts at a more normal pace. It is frightening and I don't know if it caused by the heart valve problem which I have had since I was thyrotoxic 30 or more years ago, or the enlarged heart which was spotted in December after 6 years of thyroxine starvation, or whether it is actually the result of still not being adequately medicated.
I DO know that if I went to my GP he would say it is because my Levo is too high and reduce it, but I do not for one moment think that. Has anyone any thoughts on this?
I am planning to replace some of my Levo with T3 to see if I feel better, so once I get my T3 result I will put it on here hopefully to get some feedback (and reassurance). Obviously with an enlarged heart I don't want to over-stress it, I just want to swop 50 of the Levo for half a 25 of Cytomel. I am already taking COQ10 and B12 in a spray form under the tongue. I haven't had the money to test vitamins and ferritin etc, that's the next job if the T3 does not improve things.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions or advice that you can give.