Hello, Welcome to Just Answer and thanks for your question. It takes longer than a week to see what effect a change in thyroid medication will make in TSH levels. However, your TSH levels historically are on the low side of normal (the hyperthyroid side indicating too much thryoid supplement). Normal levels are 0.30 to 3.00. Most people feel best somewhere in the mid-line of that range. Too much supplement will increase anxiety, nervousness, muscle weakness, palpitations, fast and/or irregular heartbeat, etc. I would suggest you see your endocrinologist. S/he may want to try you on a slightly lower dose (100 mcg) for about 3 weeks and then measure TSH and free T4 again.
An endocrinologist is still the doctor to see. Certainly irritability (anger) is one cardinal sign of too much thyroid hormone. There is no way we will be able to sort this out online though. You are going to need some blood tests and juggling of medications. I know that's a pain because it takes at least 3 weeks before it makes any sense to do the next blood test after a medication change. An endocrinologist is the specialist who can check all your hormone levels though and get you sorted out completely.
Let me know if you have further questions
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