Hi all just got a phone call from my GP and they have found something abnormal on my blood tests. First I have vitamin D deficiency and so I am getting a prescription for that. Second I have high potassium but my kidneys are fine and normal and they think it may be dehydration or a false positive on test, so having to have that test done again and lastly my TSH is high. This is the second time I have come back with high TSH so they are going to check my thyroid antibodies. I have had ME for 25 years and first went down with it at 14, went through years of relapse and remission and had a major relapse in 2013 after the flu but suspected thyroid problems before relapse in 2013 as my hair was falling out and I have lost my eyebrows. Felt neglected with NHS for years. I still feel I have ME as I fit the Canadian and ICC and I get PEM, but after years of bad health I think the ME has taken a toll on my body, as it has with us all, and now things are showing up on blood tests. I am off to doctors to get prescription and I will see if I feel any better after sorting out the Vitamin D deficiency. GP has suggested a trial of thyroid meds to see how I feel. Will keep updating!!