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I have as posted had trouble finding out where my symptoms stem from. But, in addition to all the hypothyroid symptoms I have... I have also been plagued with mood swings, depression that waxes and wanes... I will sometimes cry for no reason, or get angry at things that really shouldn't affect me. I feel like I'm losing my mind.. my relationship with my boyfriend is suffering... I just was wondering if anyone has had any trouble with any of the like?

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Hi Iscot50. Me too. I was hyperthyroid and suddenly the hormones turned low. I not sure is this call hypothyroidism? I have mood swings and late period. Now my period is here but it's different. As it comes out day by day it turns out to more and more but on longer cycle. I also have gastric wind bloat and sometimes i felt chest vains pulling around when bloated. Do u feel bloated too? And when i blurp, it was so loud that i felt so embarassing. But luckily i don't feel the FREEZING sign. My husband is so sick with my mood swings. He told me actually i'm already fine. He also said don't think of all the nonsense and try keep buzy with the house chores. Oh! Another thing is i have lumbar spine a little prolasped so just did the lock the facets injection and after that everything starts to change.

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I was asked if I had any improvement, short answer is no, very little to none. I have only had one development and that is that I have sleep apnea. But I am not sure this has been a help because it just means my fatigue etc can now even more easily be explained away. I'm exhausted, it is very difficult to lose weight, I'm cold my eyebrows are mostly gone, my hair is thinning and I love running and it's hard to have the energy for it and if I force myself my muscles have no energy and it isn't long before I have to stop and walk and walking is even work. Still lab tests are normal. I did end my emotionally and psychology abusive relationship. I has hoped beside it being unhealthy I'd have less stress and maybe that would help but other then what would be expected for some improvements everything else is the same. I feel like there will never be an answer and I'm doomed to feel this way forever. Anyone ever go to one of those places that treat symptoms and not rely on tests saying something is wrong? I'm still convinced I have a thyroid issue but my blood tests defy that thought

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I was asked if I had any improvement, short answer is no, very little to none. I have only had one development and that is that I have sleep apnea. But I am not sure this has been a help because it just means my fatigue etc can now even more easily be explained away. I'm exhausted, it is very difficult to lose weight, I'm cold my eyebrows are mostly gone, my hair is thinning and I love running and it's hard to have the energy for it and if I force myself my muscles have no energy and it isn't long before I have to stop and walk and walking is even work. Still lab tests are normal. I did end my emotionally and psychology abusive relationship. I has hoped beside it being unhealthy I'd have less stress and maybe that would help but other then what would be expected for some improvements everything else is the same. I feel like there will never be an answer and I'm doomed to feel this way forever. Anyone ever go to one of those places that treat symptoms and not rely on tests saying something is wrong? I'm still convinced I have a thyroid issue but my blood tests defy that thought

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Melinda, You said you were diagnosed with sleep apnea. Are you using a CPAP machine? I was also diagnosed with that and it's amazing what a difference that stupid machine can make with your emotions, brain fog, memory, irritability and finally feeling like you had the best well rested sleep you've ever had. I hear your frustration but please remember to just take it one day at a time. Take care of what you can control. You switched docs, received two diagnosis' (Low T3 and sleep apnea) and got out of a bad relationship - sounds to me like you are moving in the right direction :) even though you may still feel very much overwhelmed. Hang in there and keep us posted!!
By the way, funny how we both have 33 after our name!! :)

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I have experienced the same thing too as well. I thought I was going crazy. I had no clue what was going on with me. I would get so angry and say things I didnt mean and then later wonder why I even said them or get sad randomly. I thought I was going nuts. Weight lost of 23 lbs and not having an appetite to eat anything. It was just awful until I went to the doctors and they did blood test and it was determined I have hyperthyroidism. However when I initially went to the endo she didn't want to treat me because she said my levels were not low enough until she noticed my heart rate was beating too fast. Ive been taking medicine for about 5 almost 6 weeks now and there is a drastic difference. I'm no longer sleepy a majority of the time. I have energy and I'm not always cold and my mood swings have practically went away. However, it took about the 4th week for me to notice any change. Ive also gained about 6lbs back in the last week or so. So progress!

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Beat Hypothyroidism With a Smile.

No one is looking forward to have hypothyroidism and most people who have it usually put up a negative response to it. This situation is perfectly understandable as nobody would really want to experience anything like this. Having a health problem such as hypothyroidism affects people's attitude and lifestyle in ways which many would admit, they are not happy and proud about. These effects are very common as this situation brings a lot of stress to any one who is suffering from this condition.

Some people still cannot and do not find comfort even though there is a hypothyroidism treatment recommended by doctors. Many seem to have chosen not to follow their doctor's instructions and insist on not doing or making the necessary changes in their lifestyle. Most people with hypothyroidism disregard the fact that this condition can lead to other serious health problems if not addressed properly and just continue living pessimistically, making bad choices and decisions.

People often forget the fact that a positive attitude greatly helps improve a person's health and well-being. Someone who maintains a poor and negative attitude is more like not going to be successful in any given predicament. Staying positive is really essential if a person seriously wants to get better, stay healthy and do all the things he or she wants to do. Being optimistic will give you extra strength and will boost your hope and eagerness to get and feel better.

A good attitude, no matter how unbelievable or doubtful a pessimist sees it, is an excellent tool that can help you recover from any illness effectively and quickly. A person who radiates a positive attitude will most likely get better results compared to those who are always anxious, negative and skeptical. Instead of focusing on untoward circumstances, a better way of dealing with hypothyroidism is to stay active and comply to the necessary changes in your lifestyle. Take a morning walk alone or with your loved ones and appreciate the beauty of the day, rather than staying at home sulking or doing nothing! Keep yourself busy and do something productive to get your mind off of all the negative thoughts that are trying to enter your mind.

Throw all the unpleasant ideas in the trash and replace them with encouraging thoughts that will help you feel good and hasten your recovery. You may be dealing with a huge amount of stress right now, but who doesn't? Everyone goes through some rough times every now and then but keep in mind that only those who keep a positive outlook win. Developing the right attitude is as easy as refraining from people who constantly try to bring you down and surrounding yourself with successful and happy people. If you are always calm and light in spirit, you can be more focused and most likely get a good response after your hypothyroidism treatment.

Reacting negatively in such situations is not the good answer and it will never make things better. They best way to deal with any given obstacle is to just stay strong, develop an amazing mental attitude and keep moving forward.

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I'm glad I found this forum and this topic. I have dealt with my thyroid issues for years and YES they do affect you emotionally and your relationships. I have never in my life felt so hormonal, easily upset, angry, irritable and emotionally unstable. And because I had gained so much weight (about 80 pounds) that made it even worse. My Doctor doubled my medication earlier this year in February. My symptoms actually got worse after that to the point I almost fainted several times and finally collapsed in July. It turns out doubling my thyroid medication was a huge mistake. I was so over medicated with too high of a dose that by July I had chest pain, cramps, fever, palpitations and collapsed. I was overdosing. Too much medication caused my TSH to go from an OK, 1.50 in February down to a fatal .52 in July. I'm not sure how I managed to get through that but my relationship did not.

Throughout my 2 1/2 year relationship we had normal couple issues. However the emotional and physical fatigue/issues that come with thyroid problems drove a wedge between us and I just didn't feel good. I said I was miserable and he would think I meant he made me miserable. And that's not the case. The misunderstandings were constant and we didn't communicate. The clinical depression I had that comes directly from the thyroid is a serious disease that is overwhelming in itself. I just could not see the light or anything around me and just lived in auto-pilot mode. So if you aren't with someone who understands this is a disease that is screwing with your hormones and happiness and it's not you, then you are better off alone dealing with it. You have to be able to communicate really well. We couldn't and broke up. So I've been focusing on me and not constantly worrying about him now. My health has been improving. For years I would think I was in early menopause because I just felt so unwell and so sick. It wasn't until recently that I discovered how dangerous a low thyroid and vitamin D deficiency is to your emotions and hormones. It literally wreaks havoc on your hormones and you feel so out of control. I'm starting to feel better and am working on these health issues with a nutritionist and my doctor. Being sick just makes you feel miserable all the time and you need someone who can understand this and not take it personally and help you get the help you need. To me that's love.

Your relationship would have to be very strong in order to sustain this disease and I guess mine just wasn't. No one who feels sicks is going to be themselves or even happy. My ex was always supportive and helpful throughout the whole relationship. He never complained once and then snapped when he reached his limit. We broke up and now he mocks me. So in my opinion I'm better off single than juggling a relationship with someone who can't understand this disease. So unless you are in a relationship with a super understanding person who will love you, not take it personally and help you get this under control, I don't think a relationship can work. Most men aren't capable of understanding this is not you, it's the disease.

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Reading these posts has been such a relief to me, my light at the end of the tunnel!
I had a full thyroidectomy about 8 years ago after being super overactive, and now I am on levothyroxine.
My GP has been more than useless and knows less than I do, which isn't a great deal.
I have been diagnosed with depression, I have lost my sex drive totally, I have had mood swings that I can't explain, crying for no reason, and I honestly thought I was losing the plot and that there was no hope for me.
Even telling my GP these symptoms, they did not ever mention that this could be because of my thyroid removal and medication, only reading through posts like this online have I realised that there could be explanations for this.
My GP won't even test me for T3, as they don't think this is relevant!
All I know is, my life has changed massively and all my doctor wants to do is put me on antidepressants.

I'm just glad I found this site, as I no longer feel like such a freak.
Thank you x

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Hi Melinda,

I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's Disease in 4th grade, and at the time was living a VERY structured life in which my mother was always on top of my daily medication. Over a decade later, I'm now a 29 year old married woman, who yes, occasionally forgets to take my synthroid every so often.

My husband and I just celebrated our one year anniversary. Unfortunately, over the course of the last year, I ran out of my medication twice. AND WILL NEVER RUN OUT AGAIN.

Please take solace in knowing that the angry/depressed/lousy feelings that you are having are not permanent and are easily treatable. When I am without my medication I feel depressed to the point of suicide, sick with anger and constantly tired. I even sometimes feel paranoid and push those who care for me the most away from me. At times I wonder if I am truly going crazy. I cannot begin to fathom the stress and pain that I have caused my husband while not on my medication and can only thank my lucky stars that he is patient enough to put up with it because it is a disease.

You've already won the battle. You're aware of the issue at hand. Unfortunately the vast majority of people with Hashimoto's have gone AND STILL GO UNTREATED their entire lives as it was only discovered in 1912. THIS is the true tragedy.

I know its hard, sometimes i feel like I have to literally bite my lips to keep horrible and defensive things from flying out of my mouth. But trust me, once you're on your medication, after having practiced such patience, youll be the most thankful and well adjusted person you know!

Hang in there.
Bridget
Day 12 without meds ;(

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i suffer the same thing i can be fine and then i snap out and it worries me

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I am sorry to see yet comforted to know I am not alone. I had my parathyroid removed and that is how the thyroid cancer was discovered. There was too much scar tissue for a complete removal of the thyroid. They were able to get the side with the cancer. I feel like a basket case now. I had much better emotional control than what I have now. I can't explain how I feel anymore. I have been between manic, depression and it gets worse from there. I don't know what is going on. I have gained weight even though I am hardly eating once a day. I get so frustrated that I cry over some of the most mundane things. I do not know what to do. I don't want to go to a psychiatrist but I don't know what the next step is. This is one of the side effects they didn't tell me about. My levels are where they should be according to my endocrinologist. I can't tell what is going on. I don't have anyone in my life other than family so there is no boyfriend/husband or whatever to walk this journey with me. But I know there has to be a reason for this. Does anyone know if this has been named yet?

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Hi hawkanddove. How are you doing now? I am all over the place since my thyroidectomy. I do not believe I am on the right dose of levothyozine and I am battling fatigue and then anxiety and then crying. Truly crucial to get on the right dose, don't you think?

Blessings,
Dana

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Hi Danalou, I still have my days too. Shortly after surgery things were all over the place. I was put on a low dose of levothyroxine. I am still dealing with anxiety even though the doctor increased my dosage but it is better than it was. Yes I agree getting the right dose is crucial. But it does give one. Do you have trouble sleeping? I have had problems with that but I don't know if it is from kidney failure or thyroid hormone dosage. It somewhat adds to the anxiety and fatigue.

Peace and prayers,
H&D

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Well my name is sergio im from texas ive been having crazy symptoms
Like im loseing my mind brain fog confused and having anxiety
Also im feelin depressed i have high blood pressure and im
Taking pills for that but that's not fixing my other symptoms
Im going to the doctor to take blood test to see if anything comes
Up im not feeling my normal self any more i think i have graves
Because im haveing all the same symptoms everythings freaking me
Out now. i can't concentrate i can't sleep and my appetite has
Changed i feel like im loseing my mind please help if can
Thank you and GOD BLESS..

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I know this thread is old, but I am struggling with a similar situation. I do not have a thyroid problem, but my close friend does. She has bad mood swings and will withdrawal from me for weeks at a time. After these periods she will contact me and act as if nothing ever happened. She also can't decide whether she wants me to be her friend or more than a friend to her. It's frustrating and I feel your pain. Good luck with everything.

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As a person with hypothyroidism for over 35 years, yes, there are mood issues. What type of thyroid tests are they running? I would recommend a full thyroid panel, that includes T3 & T4 levels. Do not just go by TSH levels.

Stress can also do this, as it will cause your endocrine system to react more than normal. If you are having relationship issues, then this could be a reason as well and why lab results are normal.

smhembree

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I have been dealing with Hypo for almost 16 years and have a nodule. Been on levoxyl and currently on synthroid for the last 7 years. I've dealt with gaining and then losing over 50 pounds twice now and currently gaining again. My relationship with my boyfriend is very very strained because of me. I know I am the cause for most of our issues. I truly don't think he realizes the severity of the things I have to work through on a daily bases...Tired, Cold, Severe mood swings, irritability, hair lose, heavy menstrual cycles. I've noticed though that the mood swings are extremely bad around that time of the month. I have been telling my Endo for the last year now that I do not feel right but she keeps saying your levels are normal now so your metabolism is slowing down just eat better and exercise more. I feel like I am losing it and that my boyfriend will never ask me to marry him because of how I am. We have a daughter together and want her to know marriage in the traditional sense. I am afraid I might end up alone dealing with this cause it is not fair to him to deal with me. I don't feel good about myself at all. I'm glad to know that this is not just me and that their are other people who feel EXACTLY like I do and actually understand that it is hard to deal with.

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I am a 50 year old man who was diagnosed a couple of years ago with Graves disease.
I am married to a wonderful woman who has been great throughout all of this, but I cannot express enough how horrible it makes me feel that I go through periods of outright unexplained anger. If we look back approx. 4 years ago you can see a period where I lost weight rapidly and started to become short and angry with the world. I have always been a high energy person, but on my days off now I just want to sleep. I wake up constantly throughout the evening and have such vivid dreams sometimes that I wake up some nights and lay there thinking to myself, wow was that real, or was that a dream? My wife is great and I share my dreams with her often and she tries to help me decipher the meanings of them and we can have fun with that sometimes.
There are some days and weeks though where something I would have laughed at years ago can set me off making me so angry that I scare myself. I tell her please don't try and argue with me when I am at best manic, it is useless as I cannot think rationally at them points, it would be best to just stop talking because then I tend to internalize my thoughts and feelings and start to feel bad for the things I might have said or thought and then I want to talk it out explaining how I feel or was feeling. She has been great and I cannot say that I could be as understanding as she has been. I pray that she does not give up on me or us. Our problem is that we are both people that have been walked on in our past marriages so when we first got together almost eight years ago we both put it on the table that neither of us were ever going to sit back and say nothing if we felt something needed to be said and we were both tired of walking on eggshells most of our lives. We were both single parents which brings it's obvious challenges, but for the most part the kids were not big issues as we waited until the older kids were up and out before moving in together and now only have my 17 year old son living with us who for the most part is great as he is a good kid.
I am constantly trying to figure out if I should be taking some type of medication which in the past was something I would have been the first to say "learn to deal with life people, we as a society are over medicating our people" I have mentioned this to my doctor and she has said let us get your thyroid levels regulated first and see how you feel then, but years later I still fell out of control at times. Lately we sold my house which we were living in together and bought a house together which as we know brings soooooo much stress and work especially for me I feel, as it fell on me to "fix this, change that, paint this and arrange that" all while trying to work full time, be a parent a grandparent and last but least a husband and I just do not have the energy I used to have. My wife said to me the other day which made me realize she really doesn't understand totally where I am coming from "when we first got together I thought we were more alike as I used to like to make sure everything was done and liked to be on the run". Wow!! When I send her things to read that I find online I know most of the time she really doesn't read them, her thought is just "don't let things get to you, it is a sign of your character if you let things bother you"??
Well wish us well, I am hopeful that we will make it because she is a stick with it kind of person as am I. Lets hope that as we settle into our new home things start to level out and that my thyroid levels start to settle in as my doctor in the last month has just doubled the amount I am taking because my blood work was so off still. I have been reading alot about wellbutrin and paxil and am wondering if I should outright insist that my doctor gives me something like that.
Thank you for putting your thoughts and feelings out there and for helping me and so many other realize that we are all not alone or going crazy. lol

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Joe, I do wish you both well. I will say the anger is not a reelection of your character anymore than denial is a reflection of your beloved's character. Illnesses like Graves, thyroid disease etc, are hard for people who are not experiencing them to understand. Instead of giving her something to read, I would suggest doing two things. First finding a short video (there are 5 minute videos out there that cover the condition you suffer with) and sitting down with her to watch it. Something like, "I really want to yo understand what I am dealing with here. I need you to walk with me in this." I say that because when I came down with kidney failure, my other half walked out on me and threw me out of the house. Nothing says love like homeless. That being said, sometimes they don't understand and sometimes they don't know how to say they don't understand. In my case, I had someone who didn't want to understand and didn't care. The only person they were thinking of was themselves. I have posted the links to a couple of youtube videos to help you. I encourage you to keep your chin up and never quit. As for the anger, yes there are times when it comes and goes. Sometimes the anger is from the fact that you are dealing with something so difficult. Anger with illness especially with extreme illness, is well natural. It happens. There is a certain unfair measure to it all. It is not right. It is unfair, and yes it makes one angry. Try to keep the anger in context though. Sometimes it means finding out where the root of it is. I don't think taking medicine for being angry is a good thing. We are over medicated and in this country, we have big pharma pushing new meds with bizarre side effects. Hang in there and don't ever give up. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKPEFgr_WRQ
(Graves Disease explained in 5 minutes)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mad4hZqXJgE
(This one is a bit past the 7 minute mark).

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Thank you so much for the support and the links, to be honest I had not even thought about looking at you tube for videos about Graves disease and after receiving your tip found them and others on there to be very helpful. I forwarded the links for them on to a few family members to try and help them understand.
Thank you again for your well wishes and support!!
Joe

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Yes! Don't worry! This is not you - I reccomend mindful techniques....
A brisk walk round hte block to release some adreneline when you feel the anxiety/anger building, a good cry when you feel you need it. Your boyfriend needs to research your condition to understand that it's not you acting like this, it's a symptom. Also, accupuncture worked for me....

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Yes! Don't worry! This is not you - I reccomend mindful techniques....
A brisk walk round hte block to release some adreneline when you feel the anxiety/anger building, a good cry when you feel you need it. Your boyfriend needs to research your condition to understand that it's not you acting like this, it's a symptom. Also, accupuncture worked for me....

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I’ve been looking answers for my girlfriend. I feel like this disease has literally robbed me of the girl that i used to know and fell in love with. We’ve been dating for about 6 months. She took a job at the Vitamin Cottage two months after we met and the physical labor took a toll on her. She dropped 10 lbs, is always fatigued and literally over the course of 4 months has wanted less and less to do with me. I’m so pissed off and hurt! We talked last night and she doesn’t want any contact from me for a week. I feel like she’s slipping away from me and i can’t do anything about it.
-Distraught

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