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... Before my TT it was high at 5 and I had problems with arterial fib. I am sensitive to the T4 as it is,and I would have problems with taking T3 even though I need it. Between a rock and a hard place lol. ... (6 replies)
... always feeling cold especially in my hands and feet, vertical ridges on nails and weak nails, hair has gone thin and started greying a bit in spots, panic and anxiety attacks, always feeling tired and weak, etc. Just an overall cacophony of symptoms. I've also been having throat problems. ... (8 replies)
... Brace yourselves! This has some really confusing words. Don't try and read them a loud. Think of them as letter pictures. ... (20 replies)

... error inherent in it.. it is just an approximate measure and should be taken with a pile of salt. ... (24 replies)
... D SO you are flat and smelly too! Join the party. The only thing worse than feeling like a cow patty is feeling like a cow patty tossed into an industrial cyclone fan. ... (19 replies)
... I've been having a lot of problems and they all seem to point to Hypothyroidism. My dr said labs look ok. ... (60 replies)
... range, so they think thats where its meant to live, and there is microscopic tissue of cancer hiding somewhere that, if I stay reasonably suppressed, probably will never grow. Anyway, I only weigh 135 lbs. ... (4 replies)
... se in TSH. You're correct that the TSH is considered the regulatory thermostat. It's influenced by many things but the main regulator of TSH is the circulating T3 level. The way it usually works is the higher the T3 level, the lower the TSH. An increase in FT3 will reduce the TSH and in turn, lower the FT4 level. ... (4 replies)
... I am seeing so many with T4 to T3 conversion issuesbe it too high T4 and too low T3 to the reverse anomaly too low T4 and too high T3. So I have done some digging and am going to try to simplify it! Yeah, go Geek! It turned out to be three pages so.. ... (37 replies)
... it looks like you could use a T3 supplement alone. Are you on birth control pills or hormonal supplements. If so.. ... (4 replies)
... To me, it seems my thyroid might be OK, but for some reason the T4 isn't being converted properly. I have no idea how such a problem would affect the TSH, though. ... (4 replies)
... And low ferritin. ... (4 replies)
... Hi Jodianne! My levels over the past few years went from 2.10 in 2003 up to 3. ... (7 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)
... I initially felt better on armour and then seemed to crash, dizziness, headache, blurred vision etc... , which i equated to be a fault of my adrenals. ... (22 replies)
... Generally speaking, yes, a low TSH is typically associated with Hyperthyroidism. But when a person takes T3 meds, it can do strange things to the other blood levels. ... (10 replies)
... 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)
... 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)
... I am new in the forum. I've been looking at messages from the board for a long time and I finally decided to register in order to present my case, which has me quite worried, and see if someone can help me with what's going on. ... (0 replies)
... That is a very good question, and I'm not sure, but I can tell you some factors that affect thyroid levels. Some of the hormone, both T3 and T4, is bound to protein, so how much binding takes place alters the amount of free hormone to function in regulating your metabolism. ... (7 replies)




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