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    I have had paranoid episodes.....

    I askEd a coleague yesterday if she was talking about me in gest, but I have done this a few times. In the last few weeks. And I was wandering if it was me becoming hypo again.

    Also worrying if Im becoming fatigued or not more than before...I'm not sure if I am or that I'm worrying to much about it

    hope your all well

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    Re: I have had paranoid episodes.....

    Hypothyroidism, as a diagnosis, is new to me. I assume when you talk about "being hypo" you are referring to being symptomatic and possibly in need of an adjustment in meds or something else. Nevertheless, what you're saying makes sense to me. That could be a sign to me that I've long been on my journey to this diagnosis. I have dealt with paranoia throughout my life. I don't mean a debilitating paranoia, but a high functioning - no one would know it, if I didn't tell them - type of paranoia. My wife sometimes tells me I'm being paranoid; sometimes she complains that I'm too defensive.

    What the case with you, I hope you're able to resolve what you're currently dealing with. I understand that may be easier said than done. Wishing for the best for you.

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    Re: I have had paranoid episodes.....

    hi ric, sorry to hear your feeling like that perhaps you should go and get tested again, i wouldnt worry about small minded people either- there will always be people who see down falls in others

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    Re: I have had paranoid episodes.....

    Quote Originally Posted by wes
    Hypothyroidism, as a diagnosis, is new to me. I assume when you talk about "being hypo" you are referring to being symptomatic and possibly in need of an adjustment in meds or something else. Nevertheless, what you're saying makes sense to me. That could be a sign to me that I've long been on my journey to this diagnosis. I have dealt with paranoia throughout my life. I don't mean a debilitating paranoia, but a high functioning - no one would know it, if I didn't tell them - type of paranoia. My wife sometimes tells me I'm being paranoid; sometimes she complains that I'm too defensive.

    What the case with you, I hope you're able to resolve what you're currently dealing with. I understand that may be easier said than done. Wishing for the best for you.

    Wes
    Thank you wes, I was referring to being Hypothyroid!! I'm a high functioning Paranoid person, although, I have been without much paranoia for a while now, which is why I see it so blatantly now I'm experiencing it again!!


    I connected muchly with this post, and get the same words out of my wifes mouth lol!! , I hope you stick around so we can get to know on your Thyroid journey!!


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    Re: I have had paranoid episodes.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Thyroid Guy
    I connected muchly with this post, and get the same words out of my wifes mouth lol!! , I hope you stick around so we can get to know on your Thyroid journey!!
    I'm relieved to know you identified with my reply, Ric. Not because you going through troublesome symptoms again, but because we can both say that we are not alone in this particular "symptom" or "issue" that we've dealt with/will deal with.

    I do plan on sticking around. I welcome the support. I THINK I am overall improving, but I am aware that it may take a lot of time to be able to definitively say that.

    again, and best wishes as you are dealing with this resurgence in symptoms.

    Wes

 

 

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