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... Have you tested your Free T3 or T3. Poor conversion of T4 to T3 can lead to increase in T4 which can give some hyper symptoms like palpitations. ... (1 replies)
... They did test for anemia too when they did the initial blood work and confirmed I'm not anemic, but I'll need to look into these other possibilities as well. Thank you! (5 replies)
... oid people to misdiagnose hypothyroidism for long before getting treatment. Anyway what you can do now is do these blood tests to rule out all common fatigue and low metabolism symptoms. ... (5 replies)

Thyroid Lab Help
Feb 12, 2017
... That is six surgeries and countless procedures since November 2014, and symptoms that won't stop. Recently, I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis with a bone scan. I'm usually anemic. ... (0 replies)
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Feb 8, 2017
... I've been dealing with over 100 symptoms which seem to be relatable to a thyroid problem, but apparently, I'm normal. ... (0 replies)
... ink, and maybe never will. Your FT4 is at the bottom of most lab ranges. Most people would find that level of FT4 inadequate and would probably begin to have symptoms of low thyroid there. ... (3 replies)
... of the population. It's undoubtedly too low for you and the cause of at least some of your symptoms. Your T3 also appears low. ... (2 replies)
... I recently went to dr. with a list of symptoms that had me concerned about hypothyroidism. I did my research and went in with several tests that I wanted done. He chose to do a TSH, free T4, and total t3. ... (2 replies)
... said there was nothing life threatening and sent me home to followup with my Dr. for a comprehensive thyroid panel and possible cardiology referal. They said my symptoms were indicative of possible hyperthyroidism despite my lifelong symptoms more consistent with hypothyroidism. ... (4 replies)
... Yes exactly if you are concerned about low T3 then take NDT not not go with cytomel or other T3 only medicine as it can have various complications also need to dose very carefully through out the day which is bit hard too and not convenient. ... (9 replies)
... Low T3 won't bring such issues, concerning hair loss it might be attributed to low ferritin levels. Anemia or low RBC count can bring many of the hypothyroid symptoms. Also low calcium levels. ... (9 replies)
... I would think my symptoms would most def. ... (9 replies)
... have many of you had problems with oral T3 even though your body needed it? ... (9 replies)
... I've had this low T3 for many months now. ... (9 replies)
... I should also say that the only hyper symptoms i have or get are from taking the cytomel but i'm not hyper at all according to my blood work (which i have done just about every 6 weeks) my ferritin was very low but i've been taking iron and its now hovering around 50 (9 replies)
... Low total T3 is not a concern, many people have it and me too. My T3 ranges from 69 to 95 most times though I have hyper symptoms like palpitations, fast heart rate etc. ... (9 replies)
... If that's correct, can symptoms change rapidly? ... (0 replies)
... I am a 58 year old male who has been living with a myriad of symptoms pretty much since birth. I have seen dozens of doctors and have been researching the web and health forums for many years without success. ... (0 replies)
... I was very fed up with how I was feeling and how my body was reacting, and my doctor refused to test my free T3 and free t4. She wasn't listening to my symptoms and was ruled by the TSH. ... (0 replies)
... My Free T3 and TSH are perfectly normal with my Free T4 slightly elevated according to this particular lab references. ... (4 replies)


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