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arabon (@arabon)

Thyroid hormone levels crazy

Diabetes/Endocrine System | Last Active: Sep 1, 2020 | Replies (8)

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@colleenyoung

Hi @arabon, and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I moved your message to the Diabetes/Endocrine System group. I think you'll get more responses here. In fact, I'd like to invite @dawn_giacabazi @dorisena @jodyradney @mcmurf2 @retiredteacher to join this discussion with their thoughts.

You may also be interested in this discussion:
– High TSH and High T3 https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/high-tsh-and-high-t3/

I can imagine how this information has caused such a high level of anxiety and it may seem callous that the doctor couldn't tell you more, but thyroid readings are tricky. It sounds like he needs to compare your current readings to new readings in 3 weeks to continue the investigation into what is going on. This doesn't automatically mean it's cancer. It is so hard to stop your mind from going there. I've done it too.

How are you feeling today? Has the increased dose of Synthroid made a difference yet?

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Replies to "Hi @arabon, and welcome to Mayo Clinic Connect. I moved your message to the Diabetes/Endocrine System..."

Thank you for moving this to a better discussion board 🙂

That discussion (High TSH and High T3) is actually what made me join this website. I honestly don't believe it's cancer, I read that most pituitary tumors are benign.

I feel sluggish, irritable, suicidal (I have a psychologist and psychiatrist that I am working with), I have been fainting for about 3 weeks now. Nothing feels different as far as the Synthroid goes.