Thyroidectomy is said to end Graves’ disease, however, for some patients, after having their thyroid removed it may not be the end of their symptoms. According to Dr. Kresimira Milas, once a patient has their thyroid removed there is less than a one or two percent chance
Doctor: “Your TSH is Normal” Patient: “But, I Don’t feel Normal” This is a common complaint among thyroid patients. Their TSH is normal yet they’re still not feeling normal despite normal blood tests. This leaves patients feeling unheard and oftentimes that it’s all in their head.
“Raging, Crying, Screaming, and Angry all the time. About a year after my thyroidectomy, my husband and I started fighting a lot. We had always gotten along before, always loved one another, were kind and thoughtful to one another, but something had changed, what was wrong with me?”