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I had my blood work re done at 6 weeks and my TSH went from 4.9 to 2.64 so the doc said stay on the levo 25mg. I also began doing a lot of reading, and started taking a multi vitamin geared for women over 50. It has 200% rda of vit D. I am experiencing aches and pains like I've never had before. One thing I did have prior to the diagnosis and the levo was painful feet after a lot of walking, I bought better sneakers and tho they still ache they have not gotten worse. One foot goes numb also so I stop take a break and continue the walk. I have not had time to go to the foot doctor but still plan to. I'm just reading here what others are saying and I'm thinking the levo is making me sore. It is not crippling but I fear it will get worse, and I'm literally afraid to tell the doctor for fear of being misdiagnosed with fibromyalgia. The end of the day is the worst especially if I sit down for a while, I ache getting up, arms, shoulder area, knees, just kinda an all over ache. I'm in the USA. As for hypo symptoms I was not symptomatic prior to this so I've had to watch for changes and try to relate it to the hypo and I do not see anything drastic. Slight possibility of less hair in the shower, more alert during the day. But nothing that makes me go WOW. So wondering that you advise, should I bump u the vitamin D more?? Should I call the doc and ask about being switched to a natural thyroid med?? Is it still too early to tell anything from this I started the levo 11-25-15 thanks for reading.
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