Hello all, I was wondering if is possible to have Hashimotos with no antibodies. Here is a list of my symptoms: During Onset: Night sweats / tremors / pain all over my body / numbness and tingling in arms and hands / fasciculations / nauseas and vomiting / fatigue (extenuating) / headaches / very weird movement inside my left eye/ dilated pupils /general swollen lymph nodes / tachycardia / dizziness / anxiety / memory loss / dry skin / diarrhea / lose my ability to speak coherently / insomnia / IBS / exacerbation of allergies / candida overgrowth / hair loss / and so on... I have gain around 15 pounds since onset despite the fact that i eat healthy (no gluten or dairy, low sugar), i have exercise intolerance though, so i only walk. Many doctors suspected i had hypothiroidism, but i have tested thyroid a ton of times and never got positive antibodies. My TSH goes up and down from 1.4 to 3.4, most of the time is 2.5. I had a thyroid tomography, and it showed well preserved and no sign of harm. So, no doctor is willing to treat me for hashimotos, because they say there`s no evidence i have it. The other thing that makes me wonder is that hashimotos runs in my family. My mom, my three aunts, and my cousin have positive antibodies and they are being treated. No one of them have severe symptoms like i do. Since my hepatologist thinks that is impossible that i get so severe symptoms from my liver problem, maybe i have something else, that is treatable, but how do i convince the doctors to put me on thyroid replacement? I forgot to add that i took iodine for a while and made me more hypo. That`s a sign of hashi, isn`t it?