Our expert says:
What you can do is a full thyroid function test that checks T3 T4 and TSH. This will give you an idea if any of the thyroid hormones are really out of whack. Have they checked your blood for anemia, diabetes, liver or kidney abnormalities, auto-immune diseases and chronic rickettsia infections? Do you have unexplained body aches and pains? Do you have any signs of depression?
See this article: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003088.htm
I agree with your doctor - let him refer you to a good physician/endocrinologist. I don't have somebody to suggest but your Gp should know good doctors in your area. Ask him if you can take copies of all the tests you had so far with, as this will save you money.
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