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... 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)
... Well not by the TSH but because you are suboptimal in range and have Hashimoto's antibodies. ... (3 replies)
... He had to ignore your FT3 level. I can not believe that your levels are optimal. YOur TSH is too high and your FT3 is lower than any that I know of. I would call your Endo back and get the nurse to read you your Ft3 range. ... (4 replies)

... I just started a new thyroid care and concerns thread that will go into more detail on some of this stuff. You should give it a look over. Have you went through menopause? ... (5 replies)
... The endocrine system and balance. The endocrine system is delicate and an intricate system of checks and balances. ... (20 replies)
... Hello everyone! Thought I would be a little selfish and post my progress. ... (68 replies)
... Hypothyroidism and sleep apnea.. why it occurs and why hypoTs are predisposed to it. ... (37 replies)
... with 2.0 considered high in patients with antibodies. It took me six months to track down the latest 2006 TSH range adjustment. ... (59 replies)
... Sorry you all slipped by me and I missed your results! Here I go. ... (248 replies)
Thyroid antibodies
Apr 11, 2008
... goiter and thyroid hyperfunction, inflammation or physical injury to the thyroid, and differential thyroid tumors. So your elevated Tg is telling you something is up in the thyroid. What? ... (8 replies)
... ism tends to shut down as your body goes into survival mode, and what I think I'm getting from your answers is that this is where that is showing up in my blood, and these numbers should kick into higher gear as I continue to recover? ... (3 replies)
... jumping in Jewel. Welcome! To our dysfunctional family. The more the merrier. Misery does love company after all. When my thyroid issues hit, I was miserable and no one understood. My mom was silent and said nothing. It wasn't until my OB told me she thought it was my thyroid.. ... (264 replies)
... Given the T3 supplementation the TSH isn't an issue. It will be suppressed. Has your MD looked into your adrenal and pituitary function? ... (21 replies)
... on what is wrong and being right. If I was an MD I could just right my own test and script results. But it never hurts having actually MDs for a second opinion. ... (248 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)
... I've always been a very energetic type person, and know something is seriously wrong right now... ... (19 replies)
... In most cases MDs look at this and see hyperT. A lower than normal range TSH indicates an over production and decreased need for thyroid hormone production. For overt hyperT you would expect high values of FT4 and FT3. ... (6 replies)
... ay. There is probably no blood test that will not vary a little from hour to hour. The body is constantly using a feed back loop in an attemp to keep homeostasis and every thing working smothly. ... (8 replies)
Vickie - I am here
May 14, 2007
... loretta vic here yes they did a ft4 said it was 1 .something i will have a copy of it they allways mail it to me yes i started out on levo but my gyn switched me to synthyrold for 6 weeks i switched myself back cause i didnt like how i felt on them so im confused about whats happening i for sure feel very hyper he gave me darvacets for the pain in my arm and yes im on b/p... (95 replies)
Help With Labs
Apr 29, 2007
... on your blood sugar trouble, except to say that hypoT can impair glucose usage. I can't help but think that it might be contributing in some way to the problem, and of course, could be causing some of that unexplainable weight gain. ... (11 replies)




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