I went to the doctor about a month ago to establish primary care. During that visit, my doctor was attentive and sharp and I felt really hopeful about finally getting a diagnosis. When I went back a couple weeks later to find out the results of a couple blood tests she ordered, she was yawning and couldn’t remember why we’d ordered thyroid tests. I had to explain to her that we were looking for a physiological cause for my panic attacks. All of the blood tests came back normal, but my thyroid was on the low side of the normal range. For some reason, she decided that was enough to try and treat me for low thyroid, so she prescribed me B6, B12, Magnesium, serotonin and Gaba. I’ve tried stimulating my thyroid before and the results were horrible. I couldn’t sleep more than 2-3 hours at a stretch and I panicked several times a day. I have a follow up with her on the 28th, but I’m not sure I want to continue since she’s coming up with the same things I’ve tried with countless other doctors. I’m pretty well stabilized right now and while there’s room for improvement, I don’t want to rock the boat unnecessarily.