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... In May of last year, I went to a new doctor. At our first visit, when she was ordering routine labs, I asked if she could check my thyroid. I told her some of the symptoms that I was having and I started crying as I told her that my main concern was my weight. ... (5 replies)
... The TSH 'range' is so general as to be nothing more than a start. At the high end of high means that you very well be low thyroid. You need a doctor that understands thyroid. It is a hormone. Needs are specific to each individual. ... (6 replies)
... Your Free T3 is the amount of thyroid hormone not bound by proteins that your body has available to use. If it is too high then you have too much thyroid hormone and will have symptoms of hyperthyroid. What were the Free T4 levels? ... (6 replies)

... I just had CBC done as part of a proactive health check through the school district that I work for. ... (1 replies)
... Had Graves disease took Tapazole for few years till t3 t4 levels were normal then stopped tapazole and TSH went from 0.0005 to .500. ... (0 replies)
... ues for years, but haven't ever been on a message board. However, I finally got a doctor here in Australia to listen and put me back on T3 in conjunction with my T4 therapy. I've felt like I was losing my mind and started doing some research, which led me to this forum. ... (1 replies)
... I'm new to this forum, found it while trying to find information about hypothyroidism. From what I'm reading it's very obvious my TSH is very high but just how low is my FT4? ... (0 replies)
... definitely not normal for everyone. From experience, when my TSH was over 2.5 I was nearly in a coma, my skin was white, I had no energy, could not member names of things or safely drive any longer than 15 minutes, then had to nap in the car a little while before driving back home. ... (8 replies)
... My doc thinks they are high because I have a weird mystery virus right now that's causing muscle pain and inflammation, and a lot of my results are coming back abnormal. ... (8 replies)
... My thyroid results are in the range of normal, but extreme in that range. And my antibodies are high. ... (8 replies)
... mainly because my treatment is the opposite of most cases I hear about. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 34 year old female, hashis since age of 18, normal weight, physically active, and I take Synthroid 137ug. ... (1 replies)
... THYROXINE, FREE (FREE T4) - Standard Range - 0.56-1.64 ng/dL Results - 3/14/13 - .74 Results - 4/12/13 - .75 THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE - Standard Range - 0.35-3.30 mcIU/mL Results - 3/14/13 - 5.32 Results - 4/12/13 - 4.49 (3 replies)
... We need to know the reference range used for the T4 test. ... (3 replies)
... They've tested both my free T4 and total T4. ... (2 replies)
... Having some hypothyroid symptoms even though my recent lab results show i'm hyper. Full thyroidectomy almost 1.5 years ago and RAI treatment 14 months ago. Tired of being tired. ... (6 replies)
... believe how closely our paths are travelling. i was on Synthroid 100 mg. for 14 years, never thought that any thing would be any different. Then I got all the symptoms and did not even figure out what was wrong for a year, I am being treated now for Hashimotos. ... (14 replies)
... I agree you need the Ft4 and Ft3. Some doctors don't know this. I feel good with Ft4 little over halfway of the range with the Ft3 at the top of the range or over. ... (3 replies)
... Free T4 1. ... (3 replies)
High TSH, high T4
Aug 11, 2008
... in the early 80's cause only my TSH was tested and it was perfectly normal. It wasn't til I had an exacerbation of symptoms again in the the early 90's that my T4 was tested and then shortly afterwards, when my TSH went above normal and my T4 kept rising, that's when I started getting the strange looks from the docs. ... (6 replies)

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