Then understand that you’re doing this blind, without a way to check you could very well be having huge water fluctuations and think you haven’t lost anything when you have, or be able to see a trend in progress, possibly a positive one and that would tell you to keep it up, but you wouldn’t know. There’s more to take into acct than scale weight by itself, but that’s the fist thing that will move one way or the other to tell you what’s going on.
I’d work on getting them optimal, if your doc is one of those “it’s in range” types, get a new one. If your Thyroid is sluggish than that’s a seriously uphill battle. Even a desiccated thyroid supplement can help many people whether the prescription or OTC kind.
If you’re tracking what you’re eating and you know for a fact everything is correct, you’re not losing, and you know you don’t have great thyroid values, I’d be on your doc. I can tell you as somebody that routinely sticks my foot up my thyroids rear end, that even a little push can incinerate fat off you like nothing you’ve ever seen.