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... Thanks for your clarification, midwest1, and for your citation from the textbook to help explain the nature of serum T4. In the future, I'll take this into account when having blood drawn. ... (7 replies)
... Of course it's possible that TSH that high is your normal. It would be rare, though. The average TSH for a healthy person would be 1 to 2. ... (1 replies)
... given was minimal, not even the standard starting dose. Sometimes, too little Synthroid can be worse than none at all. That may be what happened with you. As high as your TSH was, you probably should have been prescribed 50 mcgs to start. ... (5 replies)

... Hello all, and thank you in advance for your help and recommendations! ... (7 replies)
... Ok, so I got the letter in the mail today from my doctor and I'm somewhat annoyed. ... (5 replies)
... if your TSH is zero, it means it is so low it is imperceptible or immeasurable. This would normally indicate hyperthyroidism and if T4 is truly normal, you could have T3 toxicosis. ... (3 replies)
... The first time I had my TSH levels checked I was 25 and was having a hard time getting pregnant. ... (2 replies)
... I have not been on the boards lately, been busy and just tired of trying to convince doctors that my fatigue and weight gain was real. ... (0 replies)
... I find this to be very unprofessional and annoying but fortunately the receptionist said that the doctor mailed me an official copy a few days ago so it should be in my mailbox tomorrow. ... (5 replies)
... I've started to think that I may have hypothyroidism, however my lab results were within the normal range so I was told that there is no problem, despite having symptoms relating to hypothyroidism. ... (0 replies)
... Hi Nick and welcome! It is always helpful to list your lab results with the lab's normal ranges in parentheses. If you can do that, we can see at a glance whether your numbers are high, low or ok. Your TSH is high and many people are using 3. ... (5 replies)
... Thank you. With my tsh at 9 in January I expected it would drop with the increase of Synthroid. Yes I will call tomorrow the doc tomorrow and ask for ft4,ft3, t4 a,nd t3 labs. But I do know my t4 was 10.9 in January at the time my tsh was at 9.8. ... (6 replies)
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Jan 26, 2015
... I'm sorry for my lack of information and my lack of knowledge on this subject. I went to the ER last weekend for anxiety and a stomach bug. ... (0 replies)
... I have jest received report that my TSH is high ie. 6.30 and my T3, T4 is normal ie. 108 and 8.3. What could be the effects on my body? ... (0 replies)
... dl 1.24 results and range 0. ... (0 replies)
... Went to the endocrinologist for the first time today who walked in the room and said, "Well, your body is trying REALLY hard to kill your thyroid!" My question back was, "What can I do about it? ... (10 replies)
... alternating and adding 1.25 Cytomel twice a day .In Dec. ... (0 replies)
... Is she actually testing total T4 instead of free T4? ... (3 replies)
... I posted a couple weeks back because my doctor tested my TSH and "finally" I'm above the normal range with a value of 7. ... (1 replies)
... I went to the new doctor and finally found someone that is willing to test my adrenals and hormones along with my thyroid. ... (19 replies)


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