Are you on a T4 only med? You may need a T4 T3 combo and you may just need a different brand of meds, not all meds are alike and everyone reacts differently to meds, some may feel well on one brand whereas another person may feel terrible on it.
Do get copies of all your blood work, this is always a good idea because if you switch docs at any time you already have all your blood work and don't have to try to get them from the previous doc (some docs don't like to transfer records). If you want, post the results along with lab ranges.
Also be sure to get a T4 free and T3 free as well as TSH when you get bloodwork, the free tests tell much more about how your thyroid is functioning, and be sure not to take your meds prior to bloodwork, if you take meds in the morning and get bloodwork in the morning don't take your meds till after the blood is drawn.
Good luck to you.
[This message has been edited by dea4 (edited 08-14-2003).]