Thank you for your question. The symptoms you have described here warns one to check hemoglobin
, total blood count, differential count, platelet count
, ESR, Bleeting and clotting time, liver function tests to see if your blood has got hypercoagulability. But if your thyroid (mainly TSH and FT4) are not under control then first you need to correct them and then only these tests will make sense.
Being fifteen years old and having thyroid disorder
it is common to be cranky and experience mood swings. Just talk with somebody close to you in the family about your worries and concerns and see if the dialogue help you relax or else if these things are bothering you much then please see a psychologist
for sure. Once you get your tests done, let me know. We shall be able to figure out the reason for the shooting head pain
you get. Your hemodynamics must be normalised first. Take care.