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    What are the subclinical hypothyroid symptoms?

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    I have so many symptoms of hypothyroidism but all the doctors I've been too aren't listening. All they check is tsh and because I'm still within normal (even though the normal range is so outdated) they say I'm fine. I have majority of the symptoms and am sick of feeling like this. What can I do to get a doctor to listen and help?
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    I suggest that that you get your doctor to refer you to a specialist clinical endocrinologist.

    Normal TSH levels may conceal the fact that your thyroxine (T4 and/or T3) levels are outside normal ranges. 

    A specialist clinical endocrinologist will be able to arrange tests for these and, depending, discuss treatment options with you.

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