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... but it went crazy. I am in my mid forties. My TSH number was .036 and my T4 number was 12.0. My Thiiodothyronine Free Serum number was 5.6. My doctor sent me for an ultrasound, everything checked out normal. Then to the endo. ... (1 replies)
... Sorry to hear about your condition but it's great that you are getting proper diagnosis and are starting treatment. ... (3 replies)
... Burned out and tired can be either hyper or hypo symptoms. Constantly feeling warm would more likely be hyper than hypo, although either condition might cause that. ... (9 replies)

... related, another thing it might be is T3 toxicosis associated with Graves' disease. Labs in the latter case would be very much like yours... Suppressed TSH, normal total or free T4, and high FT3. You should insist the endo test for TSI antibodies, which will certainly be positive in cases of Graves' disease. ... (9 replies)
... So, I went back to the Dr because I'm still feeling 'off.' They tested my FT3, TSH, Total T4, and B12 levels. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you FinnMaid! I appreciate your response. I'm trying to figure all of this out. There is SO MUCH! I did finally get my 2nd blood panel results back, and my free T4 are within normal range, but T3 are low. ... (2 replies)
... months ago. I went down hill fast. Terrible snoring, feeling of fullness in throat, visible swelling in neck, severe muscle cramps, carpal tunnel, mood swings, high blood pressure, weight gain. I could go on with more. Everything was getting worse at an alarming rate. My Dr. ordered a neck CT and a sleep study. ... (3 replies)
... utiful babies. then i had a hysterectomy due to adenomyosiswhen i was 35. less than a year later i was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. i had a total thyroidectomy and 150 rai, but still have hypo symptoms and an increasing rate of t3 free. since i have too much t3, i dont know if she would prescribe me more. ... (9 replies)
... Recent labs show high levels of tpo antibodies, high normal anti tg and high tsh. ... (1 replies)
... Recent labs show high levels of tpo antibodies, high normal anti tg and high tsh. ... (0 replies)
... than lab results, as my TSH was only 3.49, T4 Free 1.2, T3 Free 3.0. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, thank you so much for taking the time to answer me. I'm going to request my results from the doctor, he seems to think it is nothing to worry about and that I should not treat it at all as my T3 and T4 in the normal range. When I have more information, I hope it is ok to see what you think. ... (2 replies)
... One thousand is pretty conclusive for some kind of thyroid disease. There are a couple others in which high TPOs can be present. ... (2 replies)
... Sorry to bother people for information but my doctor has diagnosed my with hashimotos and I'm not really sure he is right. I am 29, My TSH was 0. ... (2 replies)
... I'm new to this and wondering if these lab results would be the reason i have been having weird twitching and vibrating sensations, as well as anxiety. the free t4 is high, but would just that much over the normal range make a difference? ... (5 replies)
... After about 3 weeks on the initial dosage, he began to feel very good. Much of the muscle stiffness went away and his energy level was much improved. At about 5 weeks he had his follow up with the Doctor and she increased the dose from 60 to 90 MG. ... (10 replies)
... Hey guys, new poster here but I always ghost lurk around on the forums all the time. Well, recently from my blood tests and how I used to feel I was told I have hypothyroidism. I've been taking levoxythyroine at 50mcg everyday for 2 weeks to see if it's helped, which it has mostly. ... (1 replies)
... also many endo and pelvic surgeries. ... (9 replies)
... The kind of labs you have - "normal" TSH plus high free T4 - can indicate a rare condition known as TSH-secreting pituitary adenoma ("TSHoma"). In most of these cases, TSH and free T4 will both be elevated; but up to 30% of cases will present with in-range, "normal" TSH but elevated free T4/3. Ask your doctor about the possibility of TSHoma. If he still dismisses your... (2 replies)
... Your symptoms sound very similar to mine. Did you find any answers? (9 replies)


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