Post Edited (michele_beth) : 5/2/2007 2:06:33 AM (GMT-6)
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Xx Sometimes we all have to go a little crazy just to stay sane xX
In not sharing your symptoms, you may not get all the answers to your symptoms. The thyroid problem may cover some of the symptoms you listed, but may not cover all of them. You are probably trying to absorb what was thrown your way, and probably didn't want to hear about anything else. But please don't be scared, especially if there are answers.
That was a great answer. When alone we tend to dwell on how bad we feel and after many months we are sure we will never get better and you are right. One day you realize things have improved.
I agree with the others that feel you need to take your list of sympotoms to your physician. The depression from hypothryroid is real depression and you may be having some other side effects from meds etc. It is best to tell your physician everything as you are paying the bill