... Most cities have doctors familiar with bio's. You can search for a compounding pharmacy and they can give you the docs names. But, this won't address your thyroid numbers. My TSH was 2.5 last month. It has been steadily rising for about 8 years. I have seen 8 dif doctors multiple times. ... (5 replies)
... ER with heart palpitations, tremors, and chest pain. They admitted me right away and ran a slew of heart tests which all came back Clean. Phew! They also ran my thyroid numbers which appear fine. ... (0 replies)
... Do you think i have a deranged hyperthyroid if my t4 levels are 1.8 and tsh level is 0.01 and my thyroid peroxidase antibody is 3.0. My doctor told me I do. Not sure if he is right.he put me on methamazole 15mgs 3 times a day. ... (0 replies)
... I asked my NP to test my Thyroid as well as just a regular work up. ... (1 replies)
... Does anyone have any advice or questions I should ask the doctor if my thyroid numbers come back high again? ... (8 replies)
... weeks ago my TSH was 5.35. I've been on Levo 75 mcg for 18 days but am not any better but feel worse. Is there any chance my thyroid numbers could be getting worse. My airway feels like it is closing and sometimes it is just hard to breathe at night especially. ... (1 replies)
... I don't have a FT3 from the most recent test. This was a follow up order from my PCP that I had laying around. The endo says I am ok. The gyno defers to the endo. My PCP said my recent result is fine.
The Testosterone from the gyno's testing:
Testosterone 5ng/dL (3-41ng/dL)
DHEA sulfate: 36.8 LOW (41.2-243.7)
Cortisol was high: 28.4ug/dL (6.2-19.4ug/dL) (5 replies)
... Do you have your FT3 numbers from your last visit? ... (5 replies)
... Well, your symptoms are pretty consistent with not having optimal adrenal and thyroid functions. ... (3 replies)
... foot cramps on the synthetic thyroid hormones, both T4 and T3. Desiccated thyroid does not do that to me, but people react differently to different medications. ... (3 replies)
... my advice is that you should insist on having the Free T3 and Free T4 included in the next round. These numbers can be critical in determining where your medication needs lie and can be far, far more important for thyroid management than the pituitary TSH test. ... (2 replies)
... month and a half wait i saw the endo thursday...she was very nice and listened well, but she also said my labs looked great, however she said she would rerun the thyroid and also do cortisol and prolactin....well my lab results just got emailed and now they are actually "high"... ... (19 replies)
... My doctor has once again adjusted my compounded nature thyroid up to accommodate my out of whack thyroid numbers. So....I'm not sure what I'm feeling is related to unregulated thyroid or adrenals starting to fail. ... (0 replies)
... The target numbers look pretty good to me. ... (3 replies)
... Hi JohnR41
I actually have an appointment tomorrow with another doctor.
I will definitely write down my symptoms and take my reports with me
Thank You. (4 replies)
... You have a lot of symptoms but your doctor must think a lot of it is related to being overweight being that your thyroid numbers are within range. If you can go to another doctor to get a second opinion, that might help you figure all this out. ... (4 replies)
... No matter how much sleep I get, I'm always tired, brain fog, memory is foggy and for the most part am intolerable to cold I believe. I just feel like maybe the numbers aren't showing a definite something, but could be close just not in the parameters they set for a clinical diagnosis. Male just turned 27. ... (0 replies)
... became a vegan for health reasons. Being a vegan, I don't eat seafood and that's where most dietary iodine comes from. And adequate iodine is needed for proper thyroid function. ... (9 replies)
... When you're first put on thyroid medication, your doctor will start you with a small dose and continue to increase it until you're at what should be an optimal level. ... (2 replies)
... You should discuss these results with your doctor if you haven`t done so.
Your Free T4 and Free T3 are in lower part of the range. Apparently most people feel best when these numbers are in the upper half to to three-quarters of the range, especially the Free T3.
On the other hand, your recent TSH is very low.
This is fairly similar to my labs from a couple of... (1 replies)