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Help! Low TSH for 3 years

From: Nataliem83 - 3 years 9 weeks ago


My name is Natalie Mckelvey and I am extremely frustrated. My TSH level has been low in all the blood work I have had done since October 2015. My T3 and T4 were normal however. I had a radioactive iodine uptake scan done in November 2015 which was also normal. My Doctor did another complete thyroid blood panel and yet again TSH was low with everything else normal. So he did not treat me. Over the past 3 years my health is declining and even more rapidly now. My systolic blood pressure stays between 140-155 and diastolic 90-110 and yet none of the many doctors I have seen have treated either. I have even had an episode of losing consciousness and 3 days later was in the ER with blood pressure of 155/112 while sitting and TSH level of 0.07 and still no red flags to the Dr's. I have told every single Dr I've seen about my 3 year history of low TSH with no results. And have only gotten the diagnosis of its all in your head and put on antidepressants. Can a 3 year history of low TSH with all other thyroid hormones cause these problems? Please any advice you can give me would be greatly appreciated! Thank you. 

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