My sugestions for you are:
1) get copies of ALL your bloodwork, every time!
SPECIALISTS in the field are still arguing what "normal" range IS. Therefore, how a patient FEELS & symtoms they have should have more weight than the *bleepin*
numbers on the labwork.
2) Educate YOURSELF - my short experience being on HYPOthyroid medication, tells me that we are our own best advacats. Do extensive research on line.
3) Don't be affriad to switch Dr's for whatever reason. A week+ after my old pc-doc told me " NO " to Armour, all while knowing the HORRIFIC side-effects Synthroid bestoed on me, yet made no offer of DIFFERENT med
, I called my medical group in search of a new PrimeCare-Dr. New Dr
whom I was VERY upfront with, had no problems switching my medication. I feel like ME