So your doctor thinks it is nothing. Did your doctor do any testing to help him in this diagnosis? If so, please post the test results and their reference ranges so that our many experienced members can help assess your situation.
Ask for this bloodwork: TSH, FT4, FT3 and the antibodies tests to see if an auto-immune thryoid disease is causing this. The antibodies tests are TGab and TPOab. You will need both antibodies tested, not just one.
Your doctor should be concerned about this. If you test positive for antibodies, you could feel better with thryoid hormone drugs.
Also, you should get a thyroid ultrasound. You don't have to have thyroid disease in the family to get thyroid disease. Teens do sometimes get it. A member on this forum has a child who is eight who has thryoid disease.
Sorry for the late reply. Yes ive actually had tests done.severval blood tests and an ultra sound.They said it showed nothing.I do not remember what blood tests ive had done but Ill definately go and get those done TamraW. They were going to perform a biopsy but then changed their minds saying that it was not neccesary....