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... FT3 2.84 and FT4 1. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry I should have been more clear, blood work was also for t4 and t3. My results were: THS 0.53, Free T4 18 and Free T3 4.9 I don't know what these results mean though. (7 replies)
Confusing Labs
Apr 23, 2015
... I have been treated for hypothyroidism for 20 years. After switching doctors 3 years ago I was told that I had hashimoto's. I changed my diet and now my antibodies are quite low. My last TPO was 40.9 and Thyroglobulin was .9. This week I went to my doctor with symptoms of anxiety that had no reason for it, heart palpitations, loose stools, and insomnia. The insomnia was... (0 replies)

... My very limited understanding from what I've read tonight is that if my FT4 is low it should increase my TSH so something here out of whack? ... (0 replies)
... My full story is in this thread which no one was responding to after a while: I have a rare condition - subacute thyroiditis. No idea why it happened, it just did. Thyroid just blew up, dumped its hormones in me, took months to cycle out. Now I'm heading... (5 replies)
... Hello, Just a little background info. I started out a couple years ago on a 1/2 grain of Armour Thyroid and a doc who said I had addrenal issues and couldn't eat gluten and my thyroid would correct itself. Fast forward a couple years and 2 doctors later and I am not on only Nature Throid, 1 1/2 grain in morning and 1 grain in afternoon (took cytomel in between also)/ ... (5 replies)
... Hi! I was on this forum back in 2011 - and then promptly disappeared as I got "better" (and also had a few very, very stressful years). Fast forward to now - and I'm back! I went to the dr`s because of pain in my abdomen. She was able to feel my liver and told me it was enlarged. I went for an abdominal ultrasound - everything appears ok. Got my bloodwork back - and not... (0 replies)
... Hi, I'm a 22 year old male and I take 2 grains of armour thyroid everyday except for sunday. The reason being is because my FT3 is high. My last lab results (March 16, 2015) were: TSH - 0.510. (0.550 - 4.780) FT3 - 5.0. (2.3 - 4.2) FT4 - 1.47. (0.8 - 1.89) My doctor told me to take my medication everyday but sunday. I've Also recently been taking 2... (1 replies)
... TSH 1.49, FT3 3.9, FT4 16.1, Anti TG 10. ... (1 replies)
... Thank you. With my tsh at 9 in January I expected it would drop with the increase of Synthroid. Yes I will call tomorrow the doc tomorrow and ask for ft4,ft3, t4 a,nd t3 labs. ... (6 replies)
... Just diagnosed hypo last week and in reading EVERYTHING I can about thyroids suddenly I realized that it may be the source of my 15 year old son's 2+ year battle with illness. To make a long story shorter about 2-3 years ago he began breaking his bones, about one every 4 or 5 months. He always feels sick, taking his temperature several times a week because he assumes since he... (1 replies)
TSH 4.49, ft3 0.9
Nov 28, 2012
... Yesterday I had bloods redone. My TSH was 4.49, and my FT4 was 0.9. ... (0 replies)
High FT4
Apr 21, 2012
... Hi Aussiejenni, Actually, I am not taking T3. I have been on T4 for 6 weeks and just had my FT3 checked. Two months ago, before starting on T4, my labs were as follows TSH 2.88 FT4 0.9 (0.9-1.8) TT3 87 (80-180) Did not measure FT3, even though I asked for it One week later TSH 2.3 (6 replies)
... I think it would be great if my labs printed percentiles for my TSH and FT4 values so that my Dr would be less likely to declare them as perfect because they are "in range." Does anyone know where I can find thyroid lab percentiles? ... (6 replies)
... B12=1200 (which is a HUGE jump from Octobers 464) *ref range 254-1320* fT4=0.9 *ref range 0.8-1.5* fT3=1.4 (not Free T3, total T3 d'oh) *Ref Range .70-1.90* TSH=1.38 (downward trend 1.74, 1.54 and now 1.38) *Ref Range .350-5.000) TPOab=35.4 *ref range <60* Tgab=34.5 *ref range <60* Dr said that I am within range, but on the low side in all of it. Was hesitant to... (8 replies)
... I notice my FT4 hasn't really changed and sits at the low end despite increasing my dosage. Is that normal? ... (5 replies)
... Hi guys, I'd appreciate some help interpreting my lab results. During my annual blood test for PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease), I somehow got a TSH test too, which was high. Redoing TSH and adding FT4, I got these values: FT4: 0.9 (normal 0.8-1.7 ng/dL) - 11% TSH: 11.1 (normal 0.2-5.5 uIU/mL) Sounds like hypo, right? I only have the lab results so far, I haven't... (2 replies)
... Hello, this is my first post here. I've been having Grave's/hyper type symptoms for the past year since giving birth to my second (I'm 28), suddenly much worse starting 6 months ago. I have my levels checked frequently and they're always different. I have a goiter plus two 2cm nodules and 2 smaller ones. I've had a few FNAs (1 inconclusive, 2 benign) but the inconclusive one... (2 replies)
... This is kind of long but I wanted to be please bear with me, I think the details are important to help better understand. Last month I went into the doc on 9/25/14 to surrender my struggle of chronic fatigue, sensitivity to pain, tension migraines, cold feet, puffy/stiff hands and chronic fatigue and wild food and late night sweet cravings. I was wondering if... (7 replies)
... Labs came in today and I think I sorta understand but not sure. TSH 2.16. Range is 0.40-4.50 FT3 2.8. 2.3-4.2 FT4 0.9. 0.8-1.8 Vitamin D 71. 30-100 Vitamin D2. Less than 4 I have been on Amour 60 mg for 2 months. I still feel like I have a slight buzz feeling in my head, get cold at exactly... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: adrenal fatigue, hypothyroid, labwork, low ft4, normal t3, normal tsh, thyroid, vitamin d deficiency

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