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... My TSH got better, but my FT4 and FT3 got worse...could the lab have made a mistake? ... (0 replies)
... Thank you very much for the prompt and detailed response, Reece! We have a consultation aready tomorrow morning with apparently one of the best surgeons in this field in the city we live (Istanbul). A few of her other results are listed below, which all appear to fall within the 'normal' range indicated on the paperwork. I had to do some translating into English so... (3 replies)
... than lab results, as my TSH was only 3.49, T4 Free 1.2, T3 Free 3.0. ... (0 replies)

... Basically, I have always thought I am hypothyroid, my mother is and my symptoms all fit to this diagnosis, but, my levels have never been low enough to treat on the nhs. ... (4 replies)
... I am new to NDT myself only been on Erfa for about 6 weeks. But I am going to share with you what I know and I hope it will help you out. ... (4 replies)
... Thanks for chiming in. After 6 or so weeks on the NP, hubby is also very happy with the NP. ... (10 replies)
... Recent labs show high levels of tpo antibodies, high normal anti tg and high tsh. ... (1 replies)
... y have changed. I live in Europe and test was done in different laboratory than last time 2 months ago when my results were really weird. New results were serum TSH 2. ... (2 replies)
Fluctuating TSH
Mar 17, 2014
... Hi I am hypothyroid w Hashimoto's Disease. I often have to get tests every 6 wks bc my levels change so much. Right now I'm on synthroid 125mcg and 5 mcg cytomel. ... (1 replies)
... the only other thing I might take would be something for my headaches if I had to be on top of my game. I haven't had any vitamin levels tested unless it is below. ... (9 replies)
Low ferritin etc.
Feb 22, 2014
... ery tired lately despite sleeping as long as I can. Please comment my results and let me know if you have some ideas in mind. Does anyone of you had low ferritin levels and thyroid problems? ... (1 replies)
... ery tired lately despite sleeping as long as I can. Please comment my results and let me know if you have some ideas in mind. Does anyone of you had low ferritin levels and thyroid problems? ... (8 replies)
... Thankfully the day I walked into my local clinic I had high enough inflammation levels for a referral to a rheumatologist. The rheumy did some tests and my TSH level came back at 5.49. ... (4 replies)
... Recent labs show high levels of tpo antibodies, high normal anti tg and high tsh. ... (0 replies)
... t I had hypothyroidism and started me on levothyroxine 25mcg. Throughout the year, she increased it up to 125mcg by November. She told me, after blood work every 6 weeks, my levels barely changed and that's why she kept increasing the dosage. I still had all the symptoms and felt worse than ever. ... (4 replies)
So confused...
Feb 23, 2014
... has hashimotos and has for 7 years so I'm a little informed that it's a Thyroid issue. When I asked my rheumatologist about it he said that since the rest of my levels were fine that I was OK and they would just keep an eye on my thyroid levels. ... (1 replies)
... containing med is taken within 6 hrs. of the blood draw. ... (4 replies)
... I'm going to check my TSH, T3 and T4 levels soon. ... (2 replies)
... weeks, that's when you usually know what the dose does for you. When your thyroid levels normalize you don't stop the meds. ... (14 replies)
... t. Usually the medication is started on a fairly low dose of 25 or 50 mcgs and increased over time according to labs and symptoms. You can have your labs checked 6 weeks after every adjustment to see how the dose is working. ... (14 replies)


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