Thanks for the reply!
I'll get my temperature first thing tomorrow morning.
As for iodine-- I've read it's a bit controversial for Hashimoto's patients to take iodine because it's shown to trigger and autoimmune response. Some studies showed that that was only the case if you are selenium deficient, so it's hard to tell.
My endochrinologist did my last lab before taking my thyroid medication in the morning so he could check my bodies T4 to T3 conversion. BTW I've had my T3 at the very top of the range before, and felt just as terrible as I do now. Not to say that's a bad thing, but minor tweaks to my meds don't seem to do much for my mood or training in the gym.
Was I iodine deficient before? Doubtful, I've always used iodonized salt and is contained in my multi vitamin.
Sparse outer eyebrows: no
Sensitive to cold: not really, but mostly get hot flashes and cold sweats randomly.
I'll post all my lab results as soon as I get them. I will also ask to get tested for anything he may have left out that's on your list. I don't know exactly what he ordered.
-describe body and facial hair: full facial hair, very little chest hair. Thin hair on stomach.
-describe where you carry fat and how changed: always carry on chest and love handles.
-health conditions, symptoms [history]: Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Anxiety, short fuse, anger, sever insomnia, no desire to do things like I used to. These are mostly new in the past couple years
-Rx and OTC drugs, any hair loss drugs or prostate drugs ever: Levothyroxine, Armour Thyroid.
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-lab results with ranges: Coming soon
-describe diet [some create substantial damage with starvation diets]: last year or so have been in a caloric surplus -- 200g protein per day, moderate fats and carbs. Approx 3500 calories.
-describe training [some ruin there hormones by over training]: Starting Strength for the past 4 months. Before that I did a 4 day split. Limited cardio
-testes ache, ever, with a fever? No
-how have morning wood and nocturnal erections changed: yes, they are gone since last year.