Hey UndertheOld, you might want to check out Stopthethyroidmadness.com if your lab work is coming back off. I had the same issue a few years back and stumbled across this website. It's chock full of info and will help work with your doctor so both of you can figure out how best to treat the hyperthyroid issues. Glad to hear the appointment went well - sounds like you've good a good doc in your corner!
In terms of sleep, I've actually been sleeping a little better for the past couple of weeks. I'm still up every couple of hours to pee, but at least I'm going back to sleep for the most part. Sometimes I still end up out on the couch so I can read myself back to sleep, but at least even that is working! I've had plenty of nights where no matter how long I read I can't go back to sleep. But my belly just popped again, almost overnight, so I have a feeling I might be heading into uncomfortable territory soon. For now, I don't have any pain or discomfort with sleeping; just the usual insomnia fears.
Gah. The sex thing. I'm so glad I'm not the only one feeling like this. My libido was wonderfully high in the first trimester — I just felt so sexy with my new breasts. But now I don't feel sexy at all, and it makes it hard to be interested in anything more than cuddling. We did get in some playtime this weekend, which was great. But mostly I'm hoping that the spike in libido that the books say can happen in the 3rd trimester will actually happen to me! As much as I love this pregnancy and am so delighted that this is actually happening, I will be really happy to have my body back and get this pregnancy weight off. If anything, that should help me regain my interest. Though of course we'll have a non-sleeping creature in the picture that will render us exhausted and rather uninterested in sex. I think this is all just going to be an ebb and flow, you know? In the meantime, we're just trying to find ways to connect, even if we can't do it through sex as much as we'd both wish.
Vegchica - I think I'm in complete denial about giving birth, but since this is my first I really don't know what to expect. Maybe you could talk to a midwife or a doula and ask for some suggestions about how to deal with the anxiety? I imagine your experience is really common . . . Hoping you find some reassurance and ease.