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... I am always tired. I am moody. High anxiety and depression. ... (3 replies)
... months ago, now my numbers are TSH 1.01 and T4 is 1.5. ... (1 replies)
... All those can inhibit normal thyroid function and cause swelling that will return to normal once those foods are reduced or eliminated. ... (4 replies)

... I had a high TSH and high TPO Ab, but normal Free T3, Free T4, A1C, and Vitamin D. ... (3 replies)
... I was tested again last month, and my results were as follows: TSH: 4.31 Free T3: 3.4 (range 2.0 - 4.4) Free T4: 1.1 (range: 0.82 - 1.77) TPO Ab: 9 ( 9 or greater is considered elevated) Vitamin D: 100 (good) (3 replies)
... a Neurologist, and yesterday, finally to the Endocrinologist. Previous Doctor's have just tested TSH or TSH reflex T4. Today the Endocrinologist performed a TSH, free T4 and free T3. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's four years ago due to high TPO. I am not taking any hormone supplements since my TSH, T4 and T3 have always been in normal ranges. Recently, I have been feeling dizzy and have had some issues with my vision going blurry. I went to the doctor today and she ran some blood work. ... (4 replies)
... o real. My psych dr told me I sound like a text book thyroid or lupus patient. Told me to have my dr run all 6 panels so I did he argued with me all I needed was tsh and he assured me I'm clinically depressed and need lithium or electro shock therapy. He gripped but ran the tsh it was slightly elevated at 5. ... (4 replies)
... I am having hyper symptoms. Up until now my TSH results were normal. ... (0 replies)
Confused need help
Sep 15, 2015
... endo on Oct 9. However in the mean time, I feel like crap, and have felt that way for over three years now. Two years ago all of my thryoid tests were "within" normal range and the doc marked it off as depression. Gave me antidepressants which I took for about 18 months... ... (3 replies)
... l of my weight, but I remember very little of anything from that point in time. I was the walking dead, strolling through a cloud of confusion. When I got out of High School, I moved out and lost my insurance. During this time, in less than a year, I gained 75 pounds and felt as if I had "lost myself". ... (4 replies)
... T3 usually remain just barely inside the normal lab range. That does NOT mean those levels are "normal". ... (7 replies)
... I would be honest and speak to your doctor with an educated mind. Ask about nutrients such as selenium. Make sure test are not too far apart. T4 can show normal before the sudden release or maybe as it is being metabolized. Take one step at a time but ask questions along the way and be your best advocate. ... (14 replies)
... I have used and am currently on anabolics. Do you know if there is a relationship between anabolics and higher tsh reading? ... (14 replies)
... thank you for the informative reply. Do you have any imput as to why my t4 is normal? ... (14 replies)
... weight gain and the loss of energy is a major concern for a competitor. If I were you I would get answers now and look further into your issues. Taking synthetic T4 will not decrease your symptoms if you have Hashimoto. ... (14 replies)
... More thing, what do u think about my tsh and t4 numbers. Thanks! ... (14 replies)
... High TSH usually indicates hyPOthyroidism. ... (3 replies)
... Fabry disease, showing an excess prevalence as compared to the normal population. The high frequency seems to be relevant regarding the potential consequences of a hypothyroid state. ... (7 replies)
... I had a TSH of 7.1 and normal T4. Started with 0. ... (5 replies)

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