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Also diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome last week. I don’t believe I have both. I know I have one. Which one?
I’ve always had hypothyroid numbers but wasn’t aware of symptoms so I never cared or even knew. Drs never said anything either probably because i didn’t complain about symptoms. TSH wasn’t that high is my guess why also.
A year and a half ago I got totally wiped out within 2 months with severe fatigue, weakness, muscle and joint pain, insomnia, brain fog, sexual dysfunction, weird dreams and on and on. Nothing has changed.
Diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome because we couldn’t find a reason for being so sick.
I’ve been suggesting looking at my thyroid numbers and symptoms. Finally they are listening and we’re goona start with low dose(50mcg) levothyroxine to start.
Can this happen with sudden very noticeable symptoms.? I’d much rather have hypothyroid than chronic fatigue syndrome because there are proven treatments. I just don’t know how quick and how sick hypothyroidism can attack.
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