You have Hypothyroidism and could possibly have Hashi's but would need antibody testing for that.
As for the 'natural'...I am 1005 for natural products but when it comes to 'curing' it, if you have Hashi's which is an Autoimmune Disorder....there is no cure sadly to say...only a 'maintenance' regime to make life more bearable and make you feel ok.
Normally if your Free T3 and Free T4 numbers are at the low end of the scale, they would put you on Synthroid or a T4 med.
Most gasp with shock and horror knowing that they may have to take this for the rest of their life but it isnt too bad actually.
I too...was disgusted that I had to take Thyroxine for the rest of my life but in all honesty, I would take anything if it gave me quality of life.
I think you should ask your Doc/Endo for antibody testing to determine the high TSH.
You must be aching by now and should be on a T4 med to get the TSH down.
I would also suggest you research all you can on Hypothyroidism and this way you can be your own advocate.
After extensive research, I no longer 'ask' my Doc what dose I should be on and he just confirms that my change in meds is the right dose.
I know at the start of Graves and Hyper when diagnosed, I was at the Docs every week, then had RAI and Throidectomy which (of course) left me Hypothyroid.
I then found I couldnt run to my Doc everytime I felt like [email protected]
So did it on my own and levels have been good for me by 'tweaking' my meds, getting the right dose of Thyroxin and doing it on my own and getting checked from time to time.
Do you have your Free T3 and Free T4 numbers handy?
If so , post them and others can help you on this journey.
Good Luck :)