I'm in the same boat on the levels but was much more symptomatic. Not only did I have fatigue, I was all over the place with weight, and practically psychotic. My regular doctor was hesitant to put me on any meds and suggested lifestyle changes.
I made the changes, but other than mild weight loss, I was still a sleepy bat Sh*t crazy mess.
I asked to be referred to a specialist. Apparently you can be symptomatic even with low levels. The specialist said it was necessary to medicate since my symptoms indicated my levels may be erratic and just low at time of testing.
When it comes to the thyroid, be proactive... it does so much more than make you fat and sleepy. There's nothing worse than balling your eyes out in anger, knowing you shouldn't be angry, but not able to do anything because your pain in the butt thyroid is on a bender.
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