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... Since your TPO antibodies were only slightly elevated, I would ask for TG antibodies to be checked. Either one if elevated, can indicate Hashimoto disease, and it may be that your TG antibodies are higher, and would answer that question. You also should have some additional antibodies tested, checking for lupus and similar autoimmune diseases. Since you get infections so... (1 replies)
... I should also mention that my TSH, Free t4, t3 were all NORMAL. Except my reverse t3 was high. ... (1 replies)
... I don't have my results with me, but my cortisol levels are normal, my TSH is normal, T4 is normal, T3 is low, and RT3 is high. I have no thyroid disorders and my issues would be classified as NTIS. ... (0 replies)

Help with results?
Sep 20, 2017
... Hi All!! So I was diagnosed with hypothyroid about 7 yrs ago. Well the last few months I will like I was having a lot of symptoms again... anxiety, weight gain, fatigue, dry hair/loss, diarrhea and just not feeling that great. So my doctor ordered blood test. TSH-1.07 normal T4 - 0.96 (0.58-1.64) normal T3- 3.31 (2.5-3.9) normal TPO - 419( <9) very high ANA-Positive ... (1 replies)
... I've done a serious amount of research into trying to understand all of this, but it's difficult with the brain fog, from what I can understand an ideal TSH is around 1. ... (0 replies)
... I really appreciate your input. I'm out of my league here so far. So it is reasonable that the synthroid would make me too tired to do anything at about noon for the rest of the day? When without it, I can pretty much have energy all day and feel fine, unless something else has caused my symptoms to flare up. (2 replies)
... TSH levels that are your normal when you're healthy. ... (2 replies)
Is It My Thyroid?
Sep 17, 2017
... above but so far these doctors don't seem to be listening to me. I don't know much about Thyroid Disorders except that to me, my results look to be in the lower normal range. I could be wrong and I'm hoping to get some opinions on here about that. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, Thank you for your responses. Midwest 1 thank you. I recently had a blood test and my TSH is 1.5, my T4 is 14.4 and my FT3 is 4.1,but I heard that some people take both T4 and T3 meds and this can help their condition, so I will look into it. ... (3 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)
... I've been hyperthyroid for about a year and after hoping it would recover naturally and having not my PCP sent me to an endocrinologist who suspected I have Graves Disease despite being very asymptomatic. Leading up to now my TSH has been very low (0.01), T3 has been high (4.3), TSI is high (644), Free T4 was high normal (1.7). A CBC done a few months ago revealed a first time... (1 replies)
... T3 are too low and your TSH too high for pregnancy. ... (3 replies)
... 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)
... 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)
... 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)


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