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... o white female. 5'8" 128lbs, very active lifestyle. Self employed and recently divorced so yes, I have had a lot of stress. ... (3 replies)
... I'm new on here and was hoping someone might be able to help me. I have been feeling unwell for the last 3 months with tingling feet, headaches, a weird feeling inside my head, vertigo, dizziness and anxiety. ... (3 replies)
... My husband has had a few blood tests done where the TSH level is very high. Also, in the last test the TPOAb level was high. T4 is normal. ... (3 replies)

... :wave: This is hypothyroidism. Your pituitary gland is maybe just a bit of "the active sort". TSH level has no direct bearing on symptoms but with your low-in-the-range FT4 is definetely possible to have hypoT symptoms. You may be hypoT and even have Hashimoto's thyroiditis with no antibodies in the blood - it's certainly not "unheard of" :dizzy: ;) (3 replies)
... Yes, your TSH is very, very high, but the number that's much more important than that is the free T4 at .4. ... (6 replies)
... or advice. I was diagnosed about 5 years ago with hypothyroidism. I am an otherwise healthy, fit 34 year old male. ... (7 replies)
... law also has a high TSH and has been being treated for years even though she feels fine. ... (3 replies)
... My endocrinologist just keeps telling me "The TSH is high, so you're hypothyroid. ... (1 replies)
... I had some regular bloodwork done recently and it came back with what is apparently a VERY high TSH lever of 70.2. They redid the test two weeks later and it now came back with TSH of 95.57, T4 total of 2. ... (4 replies)
... ry in 2013, and things got worse from there. My health for the last 2 years has not been good. Looking back, much of what I experienced was likely hypo and hyper symptoms and auto immune issues. ... (3 replies)
... Your FT4 is around low third of the range and your FT3 at the bottom of it so it's no wonder you're having symptoms. Sometimes thyroid antibodies can make TSH remain seemingly normal with hypoT, pituitary glands also react differently so someone else might have a very high TSH with those types of freeTs. ... (4 replies)
... I have used and am currently on anabolics. Do you know if there is a relationship between anabolics and higher tsh reading? ... (14 replies)
... No, I didn't say it wasn't Hashi's. It very likely could be. The antibody tests are only so accurate, though. ... (7 replies)
... Is TSH only useful in comparison to FT levels to help a diagnosis? ... (7 replies)
... Well first off. Women for some reason have much more problems with their thyroid than men. But I don't think there is any difference in how between women and men in how the thyroid works or doesn't work. ... (10 replies)
... for comparison my TSH was 0.16 when I was taking 150 synthroid. And yes, ordinarily a TSH reading of 6.92 would indicated that you would be very hypo. ... (8 replies)
... He's wrong about TSH of 6 and symptoms. It's a rare person who has no symptoms with TSH that high. He's echoing what he was taught in med school, but much of that info is wrong when applied to real patients. ... (8 replies)
... Although your husband may not be "feeling" symptoms of hypothyroidism, has he had his cholesterol, triglycerides and fasting glucose checked? ... (3 replies)
... Magnesium. I now take Calcium, and plenty of Magnesium, and, no longer suffer with them. ... (61 replies)
... I have a very similar story with a happy ending... ... (3 replies)


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