Originally Posted by Nataylia
if I do have hyperthyroidism, I had better get used to this feeling.
Sorry to hear you're feeling unwell. I hope you can get to a specialist soon so that they can help you out. It sounds like you could be hyperthyroid--your body is producing too much thyroid hormone and it is having an effect on different tissues in your body...depending on the number of symptoms you are experiencing, it may not be considered subclinical anymore. Weight loss, heart palpitations, tremor, insomnia, breathlessness,feeling warm all the time and nervousness are some of the main symptoms. Whether or not it's caused by autoimmunity has to be tested by looking for antibodies.
I don't think hyperthyroidism should go untreated. There are some ways it can be treated depending on the type you have (if you have it).It can cause a lot of health problems if it is chronic, like Graves' disease. But if it's a temporary form, you can be given beta blockers to help with the palpitations. Only a doctor's analysis can tell you for sure ...that's why you should try to see an endocrinologist or a specialist who is familiar with these treatments.
Hope you can get some help soon so you can start feeling better!