Hi everyone in new....and am hoping to get some answers here. I have some medical problems, and in the past it took the Dr forever to figure them out and then fix them. Well last year I was told I was boarderline thyroid. I dont remember if it was hyper or hypo. I just had a TSH test done in the hospital cuz I'm fatigued and shakey from the moment I wake up till I go to bed. The hospitals blood test says 0.47-4.70 then next to it says 1.27mcIU/mL. Am I still boarderline? My Dr ordered another tsh test yesterday. I have all the classic symptoms. Iif someone cld plz shed light on this. Its driving me nuts all the symptoms...thx everyone . oh and also, last yr. When my Dr said I was borderline...he was real Leary about giving me meds....and never followed up. Since then I've had all kinds of problems View Thread
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