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... Your T4 and T3 levels are low enough to cause symptoms like low metabolism. Even though they're technically within range, they are lower than the average healthy person's. ... (5 replies)
... and not just in Wilmington he travels all over the United States giving conferences and speeches and educating other doctors about thyroid disease! His name is Dr. GHOBAD AZIZI of Wilmington endicrineology. ... (4 replies)
... and not just in Wilmington he travels all over the United States giving conferences and speeches and educating other doctors about thyroid disease! His name is Dr. GHOBAD AZIZI of Wilmington endicrineology. ... (4 replies)

... First thing. The test for T3 uptake is not a free T3 test. Free T3 is the test you want to have done as it is most accurate and a DIRECT measure. ... (4 replies)
... Hi guys, I've tried to browse through the posts here but haven't found anyone with quite my situation, so I thought I'd post and see if I could get a bit of help. ... (5 replies)
... I found this recently and found it interesting. I've used fluoride toothpaste my whole life. ... (4 replies)
... I reply to a thread I check on it when it comes back around in circulation. When you get your adrenal tests results, I will add what I can. Adrenal dysfunction and testing is new to me as well. I do have the benefit of my chemistry back ground to help with data interpretation. I am not an MD by any means though. ... (23 replies)
... Thank you FinnMaid! I appreciate your response. I'm trying to figure all of this out. There is SO MUCH! I did finally get my 2nd blood panel results back, and my free T4 are within normal range, but T3 are low. ... (2 replies)
... high, had severe heart palpitations. Stopped the meds for several months 2 years ago. New doctor tested thyroid. Diagnosed as hypothyroid.He stated I only needed T3 at that time. Started taking Cytomel, slowly, found I could not take the generic version, did much better on the King brand name cytomel. ... (12 replies)
... Hi. Sorry this is so long. I just joined this board and I am desperate for answers. I am 53 years old. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, thanks for having this message board and thanks for reading and helping! ... (1 replies)
... A few weeks ago, I went to the doctor because I felt really tired. He checked my thyroid levels and my TSH was 7.36. ... (6 replies)
Low t3 help
Jan 27, 2010
... There's are enzymes called deiodinases that converts T4 to T3 in the tissues. ... (14 replies)
... The reason you were not able to tolerate the T3 meds is probably from your high reverse T3 or what is known as thyroid hormone resistance. Your FT3 to T3 ratio is 8 and it should be up over 19. Basically your high cortisol levels and adrenal fatigue are causing T4 to convert to RT3 instead of T3. ... (7 replies)
... I had my thyroid levels checked recently and they came back all high. I have never heard that they could all be high before, as it is completely contradictory. ... (4 replies)
... Given I have both Hashimoto's and Graves, and lived through this HADES... I will bite and give my 2 cents here. ... (22 replies)
... c this could stretch into a novel. And I apologize, because it probably will. Let's see. ... (13 replies)
... e the system you could still get your medication. There are private health care options in the UK, even if they are expensive. Maybe you can minimize your cost and expenses by seeing a private Gp for the sole purpose of keeping up with your Armour prescriptions. ... (17 replies)
... Doctor says I don't need medication because my thyroid levels are normal. She did say my cortisol and DHEA are low even though they are in normal range. I was also diagnosed with anemia and low ferritin of 2, so I am not sure whether symptoms are from anemia or thyroid? ... (30 replies)
... and my T4 was in the middle of the lab reference range for "normal," while my TSH scored an incredibly high 100. Both my doctor and I were shocked by the extremely elevated TSH result. I was not feeling symptoms of any change when I scored this 100 TSH level. ... (3 replies)


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