I have a question about bone pain as it relates to thyroiditis. I had an acute attack of thyroiditis in December. That subsided. My blood tests were all within "normal" range. My symptoms were both hypo and hyper-thyroid. Now, I am still experiencing weight loss, tiredness, decreased concentration, irritability, mood swings. The most distressing, though, is the deep bone pain, especially in my pelvis, iliac, and legs. It gets to the point that I can hardly walk. I have an appointment with an endocrinologist, but not till June. Apparently, that's the earliest one they've got for me.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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