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... e really is no such thing as "normal" TSH. There are multiple reasons why it isn't the best indicator of thyroid status, but they refuse to consider any of them and only look at the number. ... (5 replies)
... I am taking Eltroxin in the following doses 4 x .1mg and 3 x .3mg per week. ... (3 replies)
... thyroid when your T3 and T4 levels are low and your TSH is high. ... (14 replies)

... I'm hoping you are referring to mcg, and not mg, when you are mentioning her dosing. ... (2 replies)
... Hi I was diagnosed with graves disease 4 years ago..I have been for iodine treatment 2years ago..my thyroid levels have been up and down since I was diagnosed. Last week I went for a checjup and my TSH level was 43.6 and my T4 level is normal and my T3 level is 3.2.. ... (7 replies)
... So this post isn't actually about me, but about my brother. He's mentally and physically handicapped with a disease called Mitochondrial Myopathy, basically like a 2 year old in a 21 year old body. ... (1 replies)
... See about getting your reverse T3 tested. Mine was very high. This will produce low FT3 levels because the T4 is converting to RT3 instead of T3 and RT3 binds more readily with hormone receptors than T3 and this makes us hypo. ... (14 replies)
... If you are trying to guage your treatment with TSH testing alone you will be misled. TSH can go very low with good thyroid treatment so testing free T3 and free T4 levels and going by symptoms relief is far more accurate. Doctors who rely on TSH during treatment will often leave their patients very hypo forever. ... (4 replies)
... It is my understanding that TSH will normally fluctuate by almost 2 fold within a day, depending on when you have it checked. The Free T4 and Free T3 levels are more stable and take a longer time to change. So, if your TSH were that low AND your free T's were on the high end, you would be considered hyperthyroid. ... (3 replies)
... it's pretty overwhelming when you do. I'd been attributing all my little aches and pains and headaches to other things and writting them off, when you put it all together in one place it's amazing that you didn't see the pattern before. ... (4 replies)
... The doctor should not be worried about your TSH, mine is .04. Free t4 and free t3 are not bound to carrier proteins. If your on birth controll pills or other hormones then the blood work will not be correct. ... (1 replies)
... but this is just my interpretation and should be discussed with your doctor or another doctor for other educated opinions. ... (7 replies)
... I really appreciate you taking the time to respond. I am slowly learning and this definitely helps. Unfortunately in my rush to post my long awaited results, I made a mistake. My TSH is .454. ... (4 replies)
... The symptoms alone make me think hypot or low T3 levels. I took the liberty to delete the tests that are redundant and the least accurate in my personal opinion. ... (4 replies)
... My apologies for transposing adrenal and cortisol information. From an nih.gov site. I should have sited it properly. Thanks for the catch. ... (9 replies)
... T3 Resin Uptake or Thyroid Uptake. This is a test that confuses doctors, nurses, and patients. First, this is not a thyroid test, but a test on the proteins that carry thyroid around in your blood stream. ... (0 replies)
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... This shows the total amount of the T4. High levels may be due to hyperthyroidism, however technical artifact occurs when estrogen levels are higher from pregnancy, birth control pills or estrogen replacement therapy. ... (12 replies)
... This shows the total amount of the T4. High levels may be due to hyperthyroidism, however technical artifact occurs when estrogen levels are higher from pregnancy, birth control pills or estrogen replacement therapy. ... (67 replies)
... Hello everyone! Thought I would be a little selfish and post my progress. ... (68 replies)
... Wondering if anyone has any advice for me regarding meds and thyroid testing. ... (5 replies)


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