I've noticed recently my symptoms seem to be settling into a more clearly defined pattern. I've added T3 to my levothyroxine (under the supervision of a NHS endocrinologist) and I feel less brain fogged and a little more energetic. My body can't quite keep up with me and I seem to be stiffening up in my muscles as much as before, but recovering more quickly. It feels more pronounced in some ways as it is isolated from the rest of the fatigue. The crashes I'm having feel less overwhelming in that I can isolate the different things going on rather than feeling utterly wiped out all over, if that makes sense. I'm noticing that my left side is often achy and heavy, not quite numb exactly. I had been linking this to migraines as I get pain down my entire left side when I get migraine. I take topirimate which means migraines often 'lurk' below the surface, rather than becoming full blown, and I thought this left sided heaviness/pain was a sort of chronic migraine. Now I'm putting it all together and realising other symptoms are left sided too. My goiter is on the left. My left eye is dryer ( both are dry and I've scored severe on Schirmer's test). If dropping things it's my left hand that drops things or seems to mess up most with coordination where the two hands need to work together. I don't know if I can explain this but I have always felt (before illness) that I see the world through my left side, not just visually, but that my right side didn't feel as important in terms of interfacing with the world. I don't know how to explain it and it may not be important at all but it's strange that I'm having this symptom exacerbation on one side. I don't think it necessarily means anything. Anybody else have a clue what I'm talking about?