I hope somebody has heard of this. I seem to be baffling doctors... I have Extremely High Thyroid Antibodies (Several thousand TPO, Over 400 thyroglobulin). My thyroid tests have been thus far normal (a bit over 4 for TSH, normal T4) so I get no diagnosis. Meanwhile, I am so fatigued, have numbness and tingling in my feet, muscle and joint pain...just overall feeling horrible for almost a year now. I've been tested twice for lyme, lupus, mris done to rule out MS. Seems like it should be Hashimotos but endocrinologist said my thyroid levels would be different if it was, and I don't think my symptoms really sound like a thyroid thing...I have no goiter or anything like that.
Any ideas? Anyone in a similar boat?
I would appreciate any advice/feedback.
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