Of my thyroid :) and I was told by the endocrinologist that it looked like a perfect little thyroid. It's a bit on the smaller side, but she wasn't overly concerned about it. It's most likely due to the dosage of Syn.throid I've been on...which she's taking me off - gradually. When she looked at my hands she commented on them being red and said I was on too much medicine. I go in for blood work in 5.5 weeks and then back to Dr. H in 6 weeks.
It was a really interesting (and last minute!) appointment. I filled out the new patient info online yesterday afternoon and received an email at 7:20 last night that there was an opening at 11am today...I grabbed it! So glad I did...it helped me feel like I am being more proactive with my health. Next on my agenda is finally finding a PCP down here. I really haven't had a PCP in years, so it's time to get back on track.
This doctor does not accept health insurance, so she can spend more time with each patient. My appointment lasted just about an hour and she went over everything in detail with me and asked me quite a few questions. She was shocked to hear about the pregnancy last summer when I had my progesterone level tested and it came back low a week before I received the positive pregnancy test. She couldn't figure out why I wasn't put on a supplement once the doctor knew I was pregnant. I wish I had an answer. There were a couple of times when we were talking I wondered "what if" thinking about the losses, but I tried hard to not do that too much.
So all in all, a good appointment!