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... Is she actually testing total T4 instead of free T4? ... (3 replies)
... My answer received was, "Nothing. Eventually your body will kill it and you will become hypothyroid and then we can treat it. But, your TSH and other levels are in the normal range, so you aren't hypothyroid". Okay, so that's not good enough for me. ... (10 replies)
... Test Low Normal High Reference Range Units Dec. ... (0 replies)

... T4 free 0.9 0. ... (19 replies)
... d I was eating, but following the weird diet was ridiculous and I opted for the shots. My GP at that time didn't have an explanation for the elevated TPO and my TSH was in the high normal range, so nothing was ever done. ... (10 replies)
... and my TSH as always was normal but my T4 was like 16.5 high and my T3 was 26 low. My cortisol level has also been a 23 which is elevated. ... (6 replies)
... nd anemia. My calcium levels have been drastically fluctuating for a bit. I had some thyroid tests done around a month ago when my calcium was at 10.2. They were normal according to my doctor but didn't "correlate with high calcium" according to him. He dismissed it however. But my calcium is now up to a 11. ... (0 replies)
... weeks before I felt better, I think it just eventually went away. Every time I had anxiety the doctor would draw a TSH but no other thyroid testing, and it has always been "normal" so no further testing was done. We just chalked it up to mental health issues. ... (26 replies)
... People with healthy thyroids have TSH around 1, on average. Yours is plenty high enough to be abnormal. ... (4 replies)
... Everything is normal, but T3 is low normal and TSH is high normal. ... (0 replies)
... The Total T4 range is 5. ... (3 replies)
... lease post the lab's range for each test. You have to look at lab results in the context of the range the lab running the test uses. That said, your daughter's TSH is probably not normal for her, even if it's within the lab range. ... (3 replies)
... and nothing helps the fatigue. I'm also not anemic and my B12 levels are good. Anyway, I ordered a blood test and the results are listed below. Everything is in normal range, although the TSH is a little high and I understand that the current normal range might not be accurate. ... (1 replies)
... I have been hypothyroid since 1997. I was on 112 Synthroid until 2010. All of a sudden I went hyperthyroid in 2010 and was diagnosed as with Hashimotos. My Synthroid was lowered to 100 then 88. Since that time myTSH has been on the high side and every time I increase my dose to 100 I feel anxiety and insomnia after 6 - 7 weeks so I have been alternating between 88 and 100 .-... (0 replies)
... They increased in frequency and severity and then migrated to my left side as well and I finally decided to see my doc. After a urine test showed some blood and high leukocytes she thought it might be a UTI and prescribed an antibiotic. ... (6 replies)
... Free T3 4.0 . TSH .09 . Free T4 1.25 . My doc is telling me my labs are normal and won't change anything. ... (6 replies)
... the doctor followed up witha free t4 and it came back normal. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Surfing4Answers, Thank you for your reply and advice. I thought the idea of asking the pharmacist for a doctor recommendation was pretty good. I hadn't thought of that before and I'm sure they would be an unbiased source. I'm looking into seeing an endocrinologist to pursue this. For my doctor, who I've only seen for this physical, feels that waiting six months to... (4 replies)
... Hi Marblecat, good to see your instincts are on the ball! Your TSH is high as you know but the lab your bloods were done at are outdated. ... (4 replies)
... and is high, the normal range is shown as 0. ... (4 replies)


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