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... 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 started out with a very low dose of Synthroid around 20 years ago. It helped hardly at all. But got a great doctor right away that gave me Armour, which was the best back then. ... (12 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)
... Usually TSH is the first test to be taken and one must sometimes fight to get any other tests. ... (3 replies)
... T3 are too low and your TSH too high for pregnancy. ... (3 replies)
... Antibodies can prevent TSH from rising appropriately after FTs become inadequate. That's why TSH alone should never be used to monitor thyroid status. ... (7 replies)
... ashimoto's, which results in eventual permanent hypothyroidism, is also known as chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis. It can present at the onset with bouts of very low TSH and high FT4 or FT3. ... (9 replies)
... d then checks levels. These past 2 labs though are really something I have never seen in my bloodwork. Go from one extreme to another in 8 weeks. I started the low carb right after the first lab as my Triglycerides were 403. ... (6 replies)
... You can have hypothyroidism with low TSH if the problem stems from the pituitary. ... (10 replies)
... T4. That only means that the TSH mechanism in your body is also "broken". Pituitary disease can cause TSH to be low in conjunction with low thyroid hormones. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks! hmmm. TSH receptor antibodies-another question to raise with my primary. As for symptoms, it is hard to say. For sure, no weight loss! Palpitations-yes, but , I also have a cardiac arrhythmia as well as mitral valve prolapse for which I'm on a beta blocker-have been on that about 2 years longer than the Synthroid. I get palpitations intermittently all the time, but... (12 replies)
... Sure, here goes: (this is what the lab report says) TSH, 3rd Generation: 0.07 (and designates L for Low)-does not give a reference range T4 (Thyroxine), Total: 10.0. reference range: 4.5-12.0 Free T4 Index (T7): 3.1, reference range: 1.4-3.8 T3 Uptake: 31, reference range, 22-35% I did recall reading something about how the thyroid can leak due to the Hashimoto's. Just... (12 replies)
... TSH has no physiological implications.....so, as FinnMaid says, low TSH in and of itself isn't necessarily a concern. ... (12 replies)
... Can you please post your results with their reference ranges. If you have hyperT symptoms you need to reduce the dose, if you don't have any symptoms the low TSH in itself is not a problem. ... (12 replies)
... Hi! I haven't been to these boards in a long time but am back with a question :) I have Hashimoto's (diagnosed 5yrs ago). I was on 75mcg of Levoxyl before my pregnancy. During pregnancy my dose was increased to 75mcg 5x/wk and 112.5 2x/wk (a 75mcg tab and a half). After I gave birth (April 8th) I felt extremely hyperthyroid: labs at 6wks postpartum: TSH 0.38 (range:... (2 replies)
... Even though your FT4 is technically within normal range, it's very low in its range. Too low for most people. ... (2 replies)
... ies, which signal the probability of Hashimoto's thyroiditis. These are seen more rarely in Graves' disease, which could be a possibility in your case given the low TSH. ... (7 replies)
... There are many things that can cause your TSH to be low and Hashimoto's is one of them. If you have hypo symptoms you need to be tested further. ... (24 replies)
... Not sure why your doctor is insisting on doing the equilibrium test, but--- I've read that this test has been used to help distinguish true hypothyroidism from the effects of altered thyroid hormone binding that may occur in critically ill patients. You don't sound like a critically ill or elderly patient---I found this information in a "endocrinology of... (14 replies)


Associated Tags: free t3, ft3, ft4, help! all low, hypothyroid, hypothyroidism, nodules, thyroid, thyroxine (t4), tsh, tsh levels, vit. b12

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