I hope you're continuing to feel better! My sister suggested I recommend the book Living Well With Hypothyroidism by Mary Shomon to you. She says it was immensely helpful to her. Mary also has a page on fb and has written a lot for About,com, so if you don't want to get the book, you can google her name and find lots of info.
One of my sister's problems was that her thyroid issues were causing what appeared to be mental health issues. Her dr put her on anti-depressants, etc, which only made things worse. She thought she was losing her mind (along with her hair, eyebrows and many other physical symptoms). And she was already on synthroid at the time! Once she found a thyroid med that really worked for her, all of her mental health symptoms and most of her physical symptoms went away completely. It's frightening to think how many people may be suffering terrible symptoms but not associate it with their thyroid because they're already on thyroid meds. My sister is really grateful to Mary S for opening her eyes and empowering her to ask her dr the right questions to get to a solution.
Anyway, I just wanted to mention the book in case it could be helpful to you. Hypothyroidism is passed off as one of the "easy" diseases, that all you have to do is pop a pill and you're right as rain. That may be true for some, but for others regaining their health can be a greater struggle.