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Old 01-31-2011, 04:00 PM   #1
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How long after your numbers were within normal range did you start to feel better?

How long after your numbers were within normal range did you start to feel better?

I had silent thyroiditis starting August 2010 and my numbers are now normal in the normal range, but I still don't feel well. Why is this? The doctor acts like everything is alright now, but I do not feel well enough. I am worried that I have some kind of mental issue or something? I suspect the doctor may think I am depressed or something, but I am depressed with the fact that I cannot walk down the street without feeling tired or without any aches.

At what point is this some other issue than my thyroid? How much longer should I give it for me to feel normal after my numbers (TSH, etc.) have stabilized? I'm starting to get really depressed over this.

I was diagnosed August 1, 2010 with silent thyroiditis.

My stats are:

08/01/10 TSH 0.03

08/09/10 TSH 0.01

09/23/10 TSH 0.41

10/28/10 TSH 1.36 -- T4 0.96

12/6/10 TSH 3.80 -- T4 0.92

12/28/10 TSH 0.99

(these are all the ones I have right now)

I have a doctor's appt soon and will be tested again on 02/03/11.

Last edited by Spencer1; 01-31-2011 at 05:07 PM.

 
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