Our expert says:
Its impossible at a distance to guess what's the real problem here - only the doctor who has seen and presumably has thoroughly assessed you, could make a more useful diagnosis.
I wonder why you are taking Eltroxin, thyroid hormone. Sometimes it seems to be given for no really good reason. It is used where a diagnosis of under-functioning of the thyroid has been properly made, to treat that condition.
Maybe you have, independently, developed an anxiety disorder - though if for any reason the dosage of Eltroxin is too high for you ( presumably blood tests have been done to check this ) high levels of thyroid hormone, as occurs naturally in people with an over-active thyroid, can produce a picture very like an anxiety disorder, including irritability.
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