Hi 1bitten2xshy. As I have posted before, I have had many bad experiences with endocrinologists for thyroid treatment. For me, seeing an endo for my thyroid disorder was the equivalent of seeing a typical infectious disease doctor for Lyme. Many endos that I saw treated solely by what the TSH result was. For years, I had obvious hypothyroid symptoms, but because my TSH was in the "normal" range I was told nothing was wrong. Finally, my thyroid antibodies were tested and they were extreme which showed Hashimoto's Thyroiditis.
This does not mean that you will have the same experience. What helped me most was to call a compounding pharmacy in my area to see if they could recommend a doctor knowledgeable about thyroid disorders. Doctors sometimes use these pharmacies for individualized thyroid meds. This call resulted in me finding the best thyroid doctor I have ever had, and he is not an endo. This doctor has helped me more in a few months than all the other doctors combined that I have seen over several years! I wish I would have done this years ago.
For two years, my mom was having the same issues as I was. I suggested to her to try what I tried (she lives in a different state). A couple of months ago she saw a doctor recommended by a compounding pharmacy in her area and she feels the best she has felt in two years!
It may be worth trying. I hope you can find a good doctor soon.