I wonder if your docs have checked your Thyroglobulin levels. There IS another name for that test, but I can't remember. It checks for an immune attack on your Thyroid.
Once thing you can do is gather all the test results from past TSH tests and see if there is a pattern of it rising or falling . . . you've had enough tests now to see if it is changing. That pattern might be a better help than any individual test result.
I would also consider seeing and endocrinologist. There are other blood tests that help a doctor decide how well your thyroid is working . . . I'm thinking it was T3 and T4.
Hopefully some of the others will have some better info for you. It gets so hard to sort all this out, doesn't it? Then I always wonder if the doctors really spend enough time getting it all figured out. If your thyroid IS the culprit . . . it could be a huge part of your symptoms.
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