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... My thyroglubulin antibodies were 81.35 and thyroid peroxidase antibodies were 3567. My TSH was7.24. And all my thyroid levels and iodine were all on the low level of normal range. I also had serious inflammation in the thyroid area. ... (4 replies)
... Your doctor saw your earlier level and declared you hyper. ... (26 replies)
... and I asked them to check my thyroid levels at the same time. My TSH came in at 0. ... (4 replies)

... How bad were your trig and cholesterol levels? ... (5 replies)
... iron levels are necessary for proper conversion. ... (7 replies)
... There isn't much way to be sure if you convert, because you have abysmally low levels of both free Ts. There just isn't any FT4 there to convert. ... (3 replies)
... FT4 are too low for you. ... (3 replies)
... OK, here it goes. Please forgive the length. I'm new to the board, but I have been lurking and learning for several months now. ... (8 replies)
... Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, after many years of being made to feel I was a hypochondriac. A new doctor took the time to order the test, and my antibody count was in the hundreds of thousands, even though my other thyroid functions were normal. ... (1 replies)
... And, I'm guessing you're hoping that your body will be able to convert that extra T4 into the T3 you obviously need based upon your lowish FreeT3 level. ... (39 replies)
... Thyroid status is never determined by pituitary hormone TSH but, rather the actual FreeT4 and FreeT3 thyroid hormone levels. ... (11 replies)
... or FT3 levels OVER the upper lab range? ... (11 replies)
... I know low zinc levels can affect the conversion of T4 to T3, which would raise your TSH. No idea about high zinc levels though. It doesn't seem as though taking normal doses of zinc for 4 days would have that much effect on your zinc level or thyroid. ... (6 replies)
... Hi- I totally agree that you are hypothyroid, no question. By the way, cholesterol levels are only about 10% dietary and 90% hereditary. Eating meat, especially lean meat, will not raise your cholesterol levels. In fact, eating a diet high in wheat and starch products, as many vegetarians do, will raise your risk of insulin resistance, which can further raise your cholesterol... (19 replies)
... wake up and tired.... ... (19 replies)
... I find your question about PCOS and high FreeT3 quite intriguing. I have a thyroid bud that had her thyroid removed surgically. She also has PCOS but says she always had low FreeT3 levels. ... (9 replies)
... versed in interpretation of adrenal labs or other hormone levels so, can only offer information about your thyroid labs. ... (7 replies)
... echo, ultrasound, 30 day Holiter monitor, ekg's and numerous blood work and said they were benign PVC's. At this time I was also having what I explain as "no energy". ... (7 replies)
... I have an appointment on Tuesday with a VERY expensive holistic doctor and I would really appreciate some insight into my lab work and condition before meeting with her. I am assuming that, based on my lab work, I may have a high RT3 but I have not had that test performed yet. ... (25 replies)
... the most common cause of hypothyroidism. Even though your TSH is "normal", your FT4 is on the low side. You could benefit from a trial of thyroid hormone replacement. ... (6 replies)


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