so been diagnosed via bloods as having HYPERTHYROIDISM and yet feel like a fat weeble :(

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BIG WEIGHT GAIN...INCREASED APPETITE........CRAVING ALL THINGS SWEET....REGULAR FOOD sad.....FEELING TIRED "ALL OF THE TIME" NO ENERGY...POOR SLEPING HABITS...ITCHY SKIN.......SWEATS ( AT TIMES)...DEPRESSION.......& NOW A BIG FAT GOITRE sad HEAVENS ABOVE!! ...sounds more like HYPO....so what is going on with me!!....awaiting scan and ref to Endocrinologist.

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    It sounds like thyroid but not Hyper but Hypo but everyone is different.
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      Doc spoke to me yesterday and told me that I am producing TOO MUCH THYROXINE!...go figure ...scan appt come through really quickly...thank you Doc...for the 31st of this month so see what that shows ...thank you for your reply smile x

       

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    I have hyper/Graves' disease . I don't sleep well, have bursts of energy then exhausted, crave anything sweet 🙄 I'm not sure but I think I have the beginnings of a goitre, very attractive 🙄😂. Maybe you need your blood tested 🤔 Perhaps your levels have spiked. I have been waiting 5 months for endocrinology appointment will be seeing someone in 2weeks time. Hang on in there and see what they say. I guess you are on medication? 

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      thanks for your reply...already had bloods done...Doc told me yesterday that I am producing too much Thyroxine !...?? goodness knows why I feel so "pooped".! already have a goitr on my right side...YUK ! sad.... APPOINTMENT FOR AN ULTRASOUND SCAN HAS BEEN FAST TRACKED BY DOC ( only saw her last Monday!) THANK YOU DOC smile...lets see what that shows !.......

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