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... No I do not take any thyroid medication. (2 replies)
... Since T3 is the active hormone and you are over range on that measure, I'd say your insomnia, weight loss and tachycardia could come directly from that. ... (2 replies)
... Free T4 1. ... (2 replies)

... I've and thyroid disease for years and if TSH, T4 and T3 are normal you don't have problems in thyroid function. The high and low results indicate possible liver function problems but I'm not sure what that has to do with your symptoms. ... (2 replies)
Fluctuating TSH
Jun 10, 2016
... up. My TSH came back with a reading of 0.03. She sent me back for repeat blood work in case of lab error and to check my T3 and T4 and referred me to an endo. ... (2 replies)
TSH Problem???
Jun 7, 2016
... Does anyone have a TSH of zero despite changing meds and dosages and a normal T4 and T3? ... (7 replies)
TSH Problem???
Jun 7, 2016
... Even though 20 mcgs of levothyroxine is roughly equivalent to 5 mcgs of Cytomel, the levo does not reduce TSH to such an extreme as T3. ... (7 replies)
... I'm a 40 years old male. Last year, I started to feel exhausted and weak all the time. ... (3 replies)
... but normal TSH. A repeat conversely showed in range free thyroxine but elevated TSH at 5.93 and then ANOTHER test 2 weeks later showed TSH again at 5. ... (1 replies)
Help
May 10, 2016
... Hi, I have had hashimotos for a long time and am really struggling right now despite treatment my lab results and symptoms are all over the map... My tsh is and T4 were of on January... ... (0 replies)
... FT4, and my health is terrible. I'm 33, male, extremely inactive due to health. My health crashed when I was 24ish. ... (0 replies)
... day synthroid, because his diagnostic is hypothyroidism. However, I understand that hypothyroidism is normally associated with low T4, but high TSH. ... (2 replies)
... I have seen at least one instance here of a former omnivore who went vegetarian and increased their soy intake so much that they became hypothyroid from that alone. ... (5 replies)
... range. I didn't have many problems other than acne and insomnia as side effects. My doctor then added synthroid, 25mcg which was fine for a while and then was raised to 50mcg, within a few weeks I started having severe anxiety, panic attacks and depression. ... (2 replies)
... weeks that I've been off synthroid, so my thryoid levels being off already like that is concerning to me...Add into the fact that cortisol is made in adrenals and prolactin the pituitary gland. She doesn't suspect a pituitary tumor, because she said my prolactin levels would typically be higher. ... (6 replies)
... How long did the panic attacks and depression last for and how fast did you stop taking your medicine from the start of the side effects? ... (2 replies)
... You should probably have a increase in synthroid and definitely an increase in cytomel. Let me quote an article here. ... (1 replies)
... tingling had returned in my feet and hands. My doc consented to adding in a second 5 mcg Cytomel dose. ... (1 replies)
... he endo doc said that the one test done in March 2016 called T3,Reverse has not been used in years as it really tells nothing about the function of the thyroid. And since all other tests done in March were normal I am to be considered having a normal functioning thyroid. ... (12 replies)
Hashimotos?
Apr 13, 2016
... female with a 1.5 year old son. Bad ppd after his birth and about 6 months after he was born started experiencing fatigue to the point where brushing my teeth was difficult and no amount of sleep energizes me. ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: bloodwork, cytomel, dosages, hashi's, hyper, hyperthyroidism, hypo, hypothyroid, hypothyroidism, lab results, pituitary, results, synthroid, tachycardia, thyroid, tsh

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