Originally posted by blahblah118: |
62 views and only one person could offer any type of input boooo
Keep in mind it is the weekend and a lot of the posters don't visit the boards too much on weekends, and not everyone that views knows enough to offer advice, a lot are like you, looking for answers, so don't boo us, we need time off too.
It is possible that you have a thyroid problem, without seeing the test results and ranges noone can say for sure, you do have some symptoms, anxiety and panic attacks seem to be one thing a lot of people with thyroid problems complain about, as well as weight gain, but that is not the case in everyone, some never gain weight. One symptom that seems to be mutual amoung most people with thyroid is fatigue or weakness.
Post your results with the lab ranges when you get them, board members will be happy to help you figure them out as most docs don't explain them too well, sometimes docs will say your results are "normal" when infact the numbers are a little off within the range and can cause symptoms.