:( I have had Hypothyroid problems since 19 years old. It ran normal for a long time under the control of medication. Once I reached my 40's I started going down hill. I recently found out and by the way this is the first time of all these years a doctor said to go to a Thyroid specialist. So of course i go. The first biopsy came out inclusive because they didn't take from the right spot she told me. I go for the second one next week. The doctor told me I have Hashimoto's disease. My brother has that also. My whole family has Thryoid. I do think I am the worse. I have unexplained symptoms and very fustrated with myself i cannot come up with any answers and when I go to the hospital because i am not feeling well they do all the nessesssary blood work and it comes out fine, my liver is fine my kidney is fine, and blood count is fine. They tell me it is anxiety, Hence the fact now i'm on anxiety medication. I cry at a drop of a dime. MY hands shake all the time, I feel like my heart is palpating out of my chest sometimes and I can't breath or calm down. MY vision is getting blurrier and blurrier like a film over my eyes, and I have lost at least 5 inches of hair of the length of my hair it's very thin and brittle and I am a redhead with thick thick hair. My eyes are always puffy, and i suffer from constant migrains now. So now i go to the eye doctors and he say's nothing is wrong with my eyes, But he is going to do a field test on me to see if he can see any tumors on my pitutary gland. I have gone to the doctors for tremors like i can't stop shaking and assure them i don't do drugs or anything and still they say your thryoid is fine and its just anxiety. I am very forgetful. I always forget everything. I can't lose weight and i hardly ever eat. I either constipated or the other way. I just want to cry and give up. No one seems like they have any answers I know something is wrong and no one will help me. I am so fustrated i don't know what to do. Please any one with the same symptoms let me know. thank you.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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