I've been busy nearly every day this week. I've been sick, too.
I can, however, definitively state that the Armour seems to be working slightly better than the Tirosint, which was infinitely better than the levothyroxine. I'm betting I should have been on a T3 supplement as well as the standard T4 all along. And if the endocrinologist wants to take me back off it and put me back on the synthetic, I'm going to request the T3 supplementation. Don't ask me why I seem to need it--I don't know. Unless the CFS is messing with the way I metabolize the T4 into T3, I shouldn't. Most don't need the extra, but I seem to.
No, I don't have more physical energy or stamina. I'm guessing that's going to not be an option for me for a long time, if it ever comes back.
I am, however, able to sleep better,* and I have significantly less brain fog than usual.
Funny thing is that I'd planned on postponing that visit. Because it wasn't until this time last week that we'd even been able to get a plumber to respond and schedule us. I wasn't sure when we'd be able to get one in to do the work we needed, so I was planning to postpone my Tuesday appointment until after we'd gotten everything else done. But Odysseus finally got through, and got scheduled, and told me to not reschedule because the plumber would be out on Monday for the estimate, and Friday for the work.
So, yeah--not postponing my doctor's visit that I'd nearly decided to do was well worth the extra exhaustion this week.
Plumber's here again, today. He's running a line for the propane to come in for the heater that's going in next week. The propane company will be out to set the tank on Tuesday of next week, and the heater itself will be installed on Friday.
And this is after my imp's doctor's visit, which also can't be postponed. And next week is going to be rough, between that and the other things lined up. However, after next week, the big things should be done until Christmas.
But I'm going to be utterly wiped out by the end of it. I'm damn near there, already.
I'm just thankful that, currently, the forecast has the winter storm hitting to our south. We shouldn't be getting much more than a dusting of snow if anything, rather than freezing rain, sleet, and snow.
*Thyroid issues also cause sleep problems. Y'know how it feels when you're too tired to sleep? Yeah, that.
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