I believe I have some sort of endocrine/thyroid disorder. I have many symptoms. I extremely fast metabolism, frequent bowel movements, stunted growth, excessive sweating, excessive thirst and I am in a constant state of dehydration. Most of the food I eat is not used as energy but immediately converted to waste. I have erectile dysfunction, cold hands and feet, muscle weakness, low energy, and I am sensitive to heat. I have frequent mild headaches, and I have very foggy memory. I went to a traditional American doctor who ran blood tests on me. Because my TSH was a 1.05 and my T-4 free was a .98, he said I did not have thyroid problem. The blood tests reported low vitamin D. Because my fasting glucose level was an 80, he also ruled out diabetes. He said I just had a high metabolism. I am guessing that it is am endocrine/genetic disorder. Can someone please help with diagnosing this disease? Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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