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... probably. Likewise for TSH at the very bottom of its range. These levels are like shoe sizes. There's only one size within the size range that fits your foot. ... (4 replies)
... pen, then I wanted options for how to preserve my eggs, etc. By the time I was able to see another endocrine, my blood tests had leveled out. EXCEPT, I still had high traces of antibodies, had a nodule on my right side of my thyroid and my right side of my thyroid was measuring larger than the left. ... (4 replies)
... Thank you for your insight. (2 replies)

... Few people who are diagnosed with thyroid disease have labs outside the "norms". That said, your TSH is extremely deficient. ... (2 replies)
... T3 are too low and your TSH too high for pregnancy. ... (3 replies)
... You may be surprised to hear that 1.99 is not all that "normal" even though it's still in range. The average healthy person's TSH hovers around 0. ... (1 replies)
... sed to. I read online that this can be related to my thyroid. I do have a lot of thyroid conditions that run in my family so its a possibility, but I just had my TSH levels checked in October 2016 and it was 1.390 which is normal, but this is the only thyroid level that was checked. Back in 2015, my TSH was 0.92 normal, T3 0. ... (6 replies)
... another said labs are fine and total T3 is unimportant. The total T3 is the one that is clearly below normal, but I wonder what that measures. ... (5 replies)
... The most concerning is the T3 My question is of course there has to be a reference range and people are going to fall on the border, is that necesarily concerning? ... (0 replies)
Low T4, High T3?
May 27, 2017
... Hello everyone I am new to this site and figured I would make this post in hopes that maybe someone out there with a similar experience could help me out. So I went to my doctor recently and got a blood test done because I was worried about my thyroid. My results came back that : -My T3 is high (4.6) -Low T4 (.8) -I have high cholesterol, which I find odd because I have... (3 replies)
... You need to provide the lab's reference ranges for free T4 and T3 for me to interpret them. ... (3 replies)
... The only way they don't "help" is if the dose is wrong for your needs, either too high or too low. Each person has their own hormone requirements that fall somewhere within the lab's reference ranges. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for replying ! I thought a TSH of 2.43 is high though? ... (6 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)

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