Re: do I mention this to endo?
Thanks for the feeback NikNatand Shmily. I'll bring it up, I guess. Since it will be my first meeting with him, I didn't want him to overwhelm him with stuff that is irrelevant. My big fear (especially since the T4 and TSH were in range), is I will have waited all of this time to see him and he'll give me the speech that so many of you have unfortunately heard, "Since your blood work is in range, it's all in your head."
My husband had his check-up with HIS endo ( a different one than I'm going to see) last week and he briefly told the endo about my situation. His endo actually said to him, "Well, typically, if a patient's T4 is normal range, we don't worry about them." My husband has never had a problem with his endo and he's one of the top ones in our area (supposedly) - so busy in fact, that I couldn't get in to see him for several months. That's why I ended up with a different doctor. But after hearing what he said, I'll be encouraging my husband to listen to his body - not just the test result! He has Graves.)