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what to do now?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 22, 2007
  • 09:05 AM

last time when i described my problems (tiredness,drowsiness in day time,feling of dejection,uneasiness,poor tolerance to cold and hot temprature,depression,anxiety,and the symptoms of aging,) after reding my problems some people suggest me thyroid test and i went for it but report says my thyroid funtioning is normal.the test was for free T4,freeT3 and TSH.iam still taking antidepressant but problem is still going on.what should i do now?if it is my genetic problem then may it be overcome by some way?please give me satisfactory answer.what kind of other test should i go for ?shoul i meet to a endocrinologist?

i just want to getrid of these problem at any cost.as i have mentioned before some year ago i was quite atheletic, my problem began when i was 18 or 19 year old but at that time the condition was not so bad the only problem at that time was of depression and mild fatigue.initially i did not care this .at that time i seeked reason for my every problem, but i am saying again the condition was not too much bad at that time.now i am losing hope.:confused:

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  • Do you have your results and can you post them here? I was also told my tests were normal for almost a year, before I had a test where my TSH was out of range. I still had every symptom in the book. Alot of people have symptoms even tho they don't test out of range. Don't give up! You can also find very good help here: http://forums.realthyroidhelp.com/The forum is run by people who know what a thyroid problem is! Good luck...
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    • October 22, 2007
    • 02:27 PM
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