HELP!!! Body out of whack or hypochondriac?
I recently was sent to an Endo under suspicions of PCOS and Insulin Resistance. After reviewing my labs, he determined that there was no evidence of PCOS, that I was vitamin D deficient and my testosterone level was slightly elevated due to some relation to DHEA that he would explain (but never did). I questioned him about my thyroid which he said was normal. I have been experiencing extreme fatigue, weight issues, severe menstrual problems, blurry/foggy vision, loss of memory, inability to focus/concentrate, ringing in ears and temporary loss of hearing, unstable blood pressure, muscle weakness, dry skin and hair, increased anxiety (the list could go on and on . . .), and diagnosed with anemia and adenomyosis.
I’m trying to decide if I should demand more tests and/or treatment or if I should seek therapy for hypochondria. I’ve listed my labs below and any insight or advice would be greatly appreciated. I’d also like to get a second opinion, so if anyone has a recommendation for a good doctor in the Los Angeles/UCLA area I would be forever grateful. I simply can’t go on like this for much longer. Thank you in advance for your responses.
TSH – 3.8
Free T3, Automated – 276pg/dL
Free T4, Automated – 1.2ng/dL
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibody – 12.1 IU/mL
(< or =20)
SHGB – 96
Testosterone, Total – 58
Testosterone, Bioavailable – 6.6ng
Bioavailable Testosterone % – 11.4
Insulin – 4 uIU/ml
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy – 10ng