... Long story short, my thyroid has been hyper for years. I went and saw a really good specialist recently. He showed me that my numbers at one point were nearly five times higher than that of a normal thyroid. ... (0 replies)
... Slight inhomogeneity of the thyroid echotexture. ... (5 replies)
... in it properly and it goes all to my middle then I could be in trouble. I am just scared and I just need some reassurance about this whole ordeal. My MD is quite thyroid knowledgeable and I am lucky on that. I go Thursday to get my blood work results and find out what I need to know. ... (3 replies)
... My thyroid was removed in 2008 been on the same dose of synthroid med 125 mcg. My test results are tsh 2.83 t3 .79 t4free 1. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism several years ago and given Naturthroid to take daily. My doctor did not at the time, impress upon me how very serious thyroid issues are, he simply breezed past it and said, take this. ... (5 replies)
... Hi I can understand stand were you are coming from. My TSH is 0.07.I found out that this means I am now hyperthyroidism. For most of my life I have been hypothyroidism. Number are sometimes hard to get any information about. Hang in there. (1 replies)
... My doctor said I definitely need to take medicine for this so put me on a dose of 30 on Armour Thyroid and to re test me in 8 weeks. I've only been on it for 1 week, but definitely feel some better since taking it. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone, 42 year old male with 1.5 cm right thyroid nodule. Have difficulty swallowing, pain in side of neck where nodule is located when I turn my head certain ways, yawn, or stretch. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks again for the support! I see my diabetes endocrinologist on April 10th and were going to discuss the results and if he says I'm fine then I still have a different endo appt on the 23rd so I really hope that he can assist me. Appreciate the info so much :) (5 replies)
... Nick, it is unfortunate that some Drs. go by the numbers only and don't listen to their patients. The FSH is too low to be detected by the sensitivity of that machine. ... (5 replies)
... Ok, so I got the letter in the mail today from my doctor and I'm somewhat annoyed. So first of all he is one of those doctors who thinks that all of my problems are in my head and likes to play by the reference ranges only.... So the T4 free range is 0.60 -2.19, TSH range is 0.47-4.68 , and there were NO OTHER RANGES LISTED. He said, and I quote, "Normal Testosterone leels,... (5 replies)
... Thanks for the reply Ladybud! One of the reasons I actually wanted to post this was because my doctor faxed these results over with NO reference ranges or even units of measurement...
I find this to be very unprofessional and annoying but fortunately the receptionist said that the doctor mailed me an official copy a few days ago so it should be in my mailbox tomorrow.
I was... (5 replies)
... k and welcome! It is always helpful to list your lab results with the lab's normal ranges in parentheses. If you can do that, we can see at a glance whether your numbers are high, low or ok. Your TSH is high and many people are using 3.0 as an upper cutoff now instead of 5.0. ... (5 replies)
... The one thing that comes to mind is that if you have Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, in the beginning stages, before your thyroid gives up the ghost completely, your levels can range between hypo and hyper and back again for quite a long time. ... (1 replies)
... rap. Symptom after weird, random symptom, endless bloodwork has been done, and still no answers. I could've sworn my doctors were going to say I had SOME SORT of thyroid problem, but they all say my results are 'normal.' Well I don't feel normal. Not even close. I'm only 22 years old and I feel 92... I have absolutely no energy. ... (1 replies)
... I still continue to get cyst that grow on my thyroid and I have had them biopsy but not removed because they are not at all large. ... (0 replies)
... and began seeing an endocrinologist. To this point, I have been told that everything was normal. Below are my Lab results over time. Is it odd that my TSH numbers keep jumping around? ... (1 replies)
... For 19 years I've dealt with hyperthyroidism caused by multinodular goiter. No treatment, levels always stayed "borderline".
Yesterday I'm suddenly told that (by high risk OB, I'm 29 weeks pregnant) believes I now have Hashimotos and wants to put me on synthroid? It just makes no sense to me.
My current labs show:
TSH: 0.10 (Nov 2014 was 0.07)
Free t4: 0.75 (Nov 1.21)... (5 replies)
... Our new pediatrician decided to run a whole bunch of test, including a thyroid test because the fact that my thyroid is off and the fact that he has been and might still be considered "failure to thrive". So, about a week prior to the blood tests, he was sick. ... (0 replies)
... What if Dessicated Thyroid Hormone is NOT the answer? ... (0 replies)