I have a multitude of symptoms which seem to align mostly with hypothyroidism, however my TSH levels continue to come back normally on blood tests and my T4 levels are usually low or low normal. I have muscle weakness, atrophy, constipation (present for many years), weight loss, chronic fatigue, feeling of mental lethargy and irritableness, cold intolerance, bradycardia, and low testosterone levels. Being a 25 year old male with these symptoms can be very disturbing, and even after seeing many doctors, there is no definitive cause. Is there any insight as to resources to seek information/diagnosis?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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