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... I've been feeling super fatigued, no matter how much sleep I get, unmotivated and just overall down this entire year. Things that I've done in the past are just wearing me out faster than usual. I had a blood test done last December but everything was considered normal (see results below). However, I'm kind of tempted to go back to my doctor because I'm still not feeling... (4 replies)
... My husband was diagnosed with follicular variant of papillary thyroid carcinoma in Nov, 2013. He has had two NM Thyroid Ablation treatments and we went back to have an I131 body scan today. The results read "FINDINGS: Since prior studies, the areas of increased uptake within the right thyroidectomy bed has improved. Some residual uptake in the right thyroidectomy bed is... (1 replies)
... Hello, I'm really hoping someone can help figure out what are causing all of my crazy symptoms. About 3 years ago I had dental surgery (an implant) and ever since then I've had major hair loss and burning throat and tongue. The first doctor I went to prescribed me anti-anxiety medication and sleeping pills which only resolved the symptoms and not the actual issue. Super... (1 replies)

... day week in my daughter's riding school, My BP is normal, ECG fine, heart rate fine, breathing fine. TSH 19, slightly low thyroid reading, GP says they only test for T4. ... (2 replies)
... Here are my results: TSH 0.04 (0.40-5.00) T4 FREE 1.3 T3 3.6 TPO: 19 (range is ~9) I'm 9 months postpartum. I won't be able to see an Endo until July 1. What do these results mean? Is it just postpartum thyroiditis? (0 replies)
... I recently went in to see my primary doctor in regards to feeling sluggish, no energy, unable to loose weight, muscle and joint pain and the list goes on. My question is I had some blood test run. When I log in to my patient portal there is a diagnosis of hypothyroidism nos. here are my results any insight would be greatly appreciated. 37 yrs. 175 lbs. 10/15/13 tsh 1.60... (9 replies)
... T4 free - 12.22 (range 9.00-19.04) T3 free - 3.01 (range 1.71-3.71) TSH - 0.611 (range 0.320-5.00) Anti thyroglobulin - 214.1 (range 5-100) Anti thyroid peroxidase - 14.6 (range 1-16) Are these results normal?? (4 replies)
... My story started in Feb of this year my TSH level came back 0.285 from my well woman check I was referred to an endocrinologist. ... (2 replies)
... my Free's could be better and higher. The doctor has never been concerned about them, the endo, internist say they are good numbers. Once again doctors going by TSH alone I am guessing. I have symptoms of hyperthyroidism even though I am hypothyroid. Main symptom is evening anxiety and fatigue. ... (3 replies)
... Hi Everyone, I have been experiencing Hypothyroid symptoms for the last couple years but the most severe ones have been Hair Loss (at least 1-2 handfuls per day), weight gain, intolerance to cold, tired,etc. I have been seeing an endo for the last couple of years and have always been told that my bloodwork is normal. I also have nodules on my thyroid and one that was 1.4... (1 replies)
... Hello, I am a 20 year old male and over the last year I have been getting worsening symptoms these include: Increased tiredness, lack of drive, heat/cold intolerance, excessive sweating, head and body hair loss (Not normal MPB pattern), loss of libido, weak erections, watery sperm, depression, anxiety and mood swings. I decided to go to my GP about this and had a... (0 replies)
... I am a 35 year old male. I have been experiencing fatigue, insomnia, poor sleep, thinning hair, joint pain, muscle aches, some depression and anxiety off and on for about two years. I started with allergy immunotherapy six months ago. I go to an ENT office for my allergy shots. I had an appointment with the CRNP, at the ENT office, because I thought the allergy shots were... (0 replies)
... I am trying to decipher my 20 year old daughter's labs as she is exhausted and has gained 60 pounds in a year and 1/2. My daughter got serious mono second semester of freshman year and had to return from college. Her Pediatrician said that the mono virus was affecting her thyroid at that time (January of 2011). The Thyroid portion of her labs said this: FT4 (.93-1.60) 1.20... (6 replies)
... petite body size, and I was always energized so this has been a HUGE change in my life. I gained 19 pounds in 1 month while working out and eating very small portions due to my awareness of this quick weight gain. ... (2 replies)
... My TSH was 2. ... (4 replies)
... Can a TSH of 2.14 make you feel fatigued? ... (5 replies)
... I am going through a similar situation. I was dx with graves in 2004 and had terrible symptoms, the most terrifying, chest pain, and heart palpitations. I was on high levels of methimazole and inderal until I finally stabilized. I haven't been on meds since 2011 but now all my symptoms areback full force. I even went to an urgent care recently because I thought I was having a... (9 replies)
... She told me to relax, take selenium and retest TSH in 1 month. ... (0 replies)
... I had my blood test done two days ago and just got the results. They are TSH 1. ... (3 replies)
TSH Labs
Jun 26, 2012
... Bee--- In 3/2011 TSH = 3.19-- and I didn't have a FT4 done then, not sure why. In 1/2012, TSH = 2.96, FT4 = 0.74 4/2012, TSH = 0.55, FT4 = 0.89 If a TSH > 2-3 range = hy When you say FT ideally is 50 percentile, does that mean of the lab's reference range? If so, then mine seem pretty close (0.51-1.21, 50%=0.87), at least the 4/2012 one. (20 replies)


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