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... This was taken from my normal Dr and he didn't know what to tell me for a next step. ... (0 replies)
... It comes back normal every time, even though I have symptoms of hypothyroid. ... (2 replies)
... mad!, fast forward a new doc who diagnosed just by looking at me initially, my eyes and severe exhaustion hypothyroidism then tests showed after taking thyroxine free t4 11.80 tsh 2.910 high anti bodies and high cholesterol, I still feel out of whack and have just recieved the latest results tsh3.420 and free t4. 13. ... (1 replies)

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Sep 29, 2014
... Also, what do you mean by "I just got my tsh below a 1", etc? ... (5 replies)
... d, up and down moods and a host of other symptoms and it happened all of a sudden, probably a year ago or more and have been feeling this way since. they did the t4 free and tsh, 3rd generation but based off results didn't feel a need to do further testing or refer me to an endocrinologist. ... (2 replies)
... The thing that concerned me the most, though, was that my pcp referred me to an endocrinologist because of a TSH level of 0.188 and that last time she saw me 2 years ago the level was normal. ... (2 replies)
... gland issues since I was 11 years old. My Dr. Says my test is normal. My TSH level was 2.50. They won't do F T3 or F T4. ... (12 replies)
... that her hands were tied on treatment because my TSH is "within normal range of 0. ... (12 replies)
... The upper cut off point is 20 I believe, but my TSH has never been out of range and is always around 1. ... (1 replies)
... fight each other and therefore cause confusing symptoms and labs. In other words, it's possible to have both low and high thyroid at the same time. ... (6 replies)
... I have all the symptoms of hypo but my T4 and T3 seem normal. I guess I am just trying to get a little more understanding. ... (5 replies)
... so feel free to skip to the end where I actually ask my questions! ... (0 replies)
... It can happen. TSH rises and falls in a daily pattern. It can be out of range in the a.m. and back to normal again by afternoon. The reason is that TSH is released during sleep. It's at its highest near dawn and falls again by late afternoon until the cycle repeats again that night. ... (1 replies)
... nts but did however recommend 3 to me. So i called and am waiting on a referral now. I looked at my results going back just 3 years and it seems my T3 is always normal but my T4 is always under the normal range and my TSH is extremely high. ... (12 replies)
... That's a wee bit high. Might be okay for some people but may not be optimal for you. It's really tough to say, though, without knowing the Free T3 and Free T4 numbers, which might be way out of whack. ... (5 replies)
... Okay, that's very low. Obviously, given the high dose of Armour you're taking, there should be much more than that. ... (12 replies)
... I just got my labs back today... I have standing orders every 6 weeks. because 12 weeks ago my tsh was 15, My tsh 6 weeks ago, was . ... (0 replies)
... I am a 28-year-old female that has been dealing with a lot of symptoms over the past few years. I've made a list over the last few days of all that I could remember: Swelling in neck Resting heart rate near 90-100, heart palpitations Headaches Heat intolerance Joint pain/ muscle pain Fatigue, trouble falling asleep Anxiety, nervousness, restlessness Irregular periods... (1 replies)
... may have just been too high to start with. The low starting dose would be 25 mcg. ... (4 replies)
... Total T4 9. ... (20 replies)


Associated Tags: armour, hashimoto thyroid disease, levothyroxine and t3

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