Hello - We're fellow patients here, not docs, but following is a bulletin from the GDATF that talks about some of the mental/emotional aspects of Graves':(Note on links: if you click directly on the following link, you will need to use your browser's “back” button to return to the boards after viewing, or you will have to log back in to the forum. As an alternative, you can right-click the link and open it in a new tab or new window).http://gdatf.org/about/about-graves-disease/patient-education/whats-wrong-with-me/
You should start to see some relief, though, as your levels stabilize. Also, please keep in mind that the “normal” range is fairly wide for thyroid hormone levels. Some patients feel better at the top, middle, or bottom of the “normal” range. So just because your doctor says your levels are “normal”, that doesn’t mean those levels are *optimal* for you.
If your doctor is *only* looking at labs, and not quality of life, do you have the option to get a second opinion? I'm guessing that you are overseas, as methimazole is the more commonly prescribed drug in the US, while carbimazole is more common in Europe and Australia.
Take care – and please check back to let us know how you are doing.