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... 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)
... f anyone can please help me with my lab results i would greatly appreciate it. been hashi for 23 years. on desiccated slow release compounded thyroid for apron 6 years. ... (0 replies)
... I was diagnosed as Hashi's due to elevated thyroglubin antibody and TSH 4.57. They did not test for FT3 at that time but my FT4 was 0. ... (1 replies)

Under eye swelling
Jan 25, 2018
... I recently started getting under eye swelling out of no where. It has happened about 4 times over the past 6 months. ... (0 replies)
... Nurse called me the next day saying my cholesterol was high, 258 with ratio of 2.5 so low risk, and that my TSH was 6.4. Hypothyroid. I was a bit surprised and have a few questions please. ... (4 replies)
... that symptoms can't happen and treatment shouldn't be started before TSH reaches 10. Luckily for us, at least some MDs don't ascribe to that archaic notion and will treat sooner... ... (6 replies)
... is a TSH at 6.4 enough reason for an old school internist to prescribe some medicine? ... (6 replies)
... I first had an elevated TSH result 6.something in 2006. The next result was 2.95 a month or two later. My third TSH was late December 2007 and came back with 6.4. ... (6 replies)
... Everything I've read states that prednisone suppresses TSH. What may be confusing is that this decrease in TSH can result in worsening hypothyroidism because the thyroid is not being stimulated enough to produce the amount of thyroid hormones needed. ... (4 replies)
... breathing difficulties. It does not help with palps for sure, but they have been bad for a few months prior anyway. I had read that the prednisone makes tsh go up, so I am confused! My primary didn't have a clue, told me to google and find out, lol..she's not good for much except for prescription refills. ... (4 replies)
... day. What I've read is that it can decrease TSH but how much it affects things is probably going to be dose dependent. ... (4 replies)
... Visited Dr two weeks ago for unexplained menstrual spotting, and other general fatigue, dry hair, mood swings, etc. My blood test showed TSH level at 6.4. The Dr then tells me I have to wait 6 weeks and do another blood test. ... (4 replies)
... and then became pregnant 2 months after a stabilized TSH level. ... (1 replies)
... Your TSH has twice been above the reference range. For that reason alone, you should have been prescribed hormone. ... (6 replies)
... It's not those doc's specialty, and even for endos, they also often only order TSH and Free T4 (I'm wondering if FT3 is pricey or something). The fact is, if you've had radiation for Breast Cancer, it's really not uncommon for the thyroid function to have issues---radiation effects thyroid function. If you can see an osteopathic doctor---you might be more likely to get... (6 replies)
... nice to have a complete workup including FT3 and FT4, along with antibody studies. I think the antibody studies would be warranted considering the fact that your TSH has been jumping around. ... (6 replies)
... many great thyroid MDs in Texas. You are hypothyroid and need to be treated by your Ft3 and Ft4 as well as TSH. YOu sound like you are stuck with an old school TSH only MD. ... (6 replies)
... At a TSH of 6. ... (12 replies)
... the recommended new upper limit for a TSH is 2.5 ... even at the old limit, which was 3.5, you are skating perilously close to the edge ... no one uses the old ranges any more, or ought to anyway ... ... (5 replies)

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