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... DT was working well for me up until the last several months though I was technically hyperthyroid. I have been under a lot of stress recently but I've also been feeling fairly depressed. ... (2 replies)
... High free T3 can be detrimental. The reason you have no energy but can't fall asleep is likely because your body is running at full speed, using up all your reserve energy without allowing sleep. ... (2 replies)
... although TSH is not a great indicator of thyroid health because it can jump around a lot. ... (1 replies)

... TSH 3.14 taken around 2pm normal is . ... (3 replies)
... You can forget about the antibodies. The treatment for hypothyroidism is the same no matter if it's caused by Hashimoto's or anything else. ... (9 replies)
... going from a full libido, to almost nothing. ... (2 replies)
... day synthroid, because his diagnostic is hypothyroidism. However, I understand that hypothyroidism is normally associated with low T4, but high TSH. ... (2 replies)
Low T3 Uptake
Apr 26, 2016
... of hypothyroidism cases and with what other disease would it be acceptable to not test for something that causes the disease almost every single time, and they still don't test for it. ... (3 replies)
... Hello! I have been on Armour Thyroid for a little over a year now. I was started out at just 7.5 mg, then to 15 mg four months later. ... (1 replies)
... and in the context of a fully balanced diet. ... (5 replies)
... I'm currently on a short course of low dose prednisone myself so have been wondering about it's affect on TSH, too. How much were you taking? ... (4 replies)
... eriencing many of the symptoms but my doctor only ordered TSH, which was 3.75, and told me I'm fine. I went ahead and ordered my own labs and I seem to be on the low end of most of the ranges. ... (1 replies)
... I think you might get more benefit from adding a small dose of Synthroid or other levothyroxine to the mix than to raising the Armour. ... (3 replies)
... Your free T4 is close to optimal so you would just need to take cytomel again. If I understand it correctly the half life of cytomel is a few hours so it acts a lot quicker than synthroid and the effect goes away quick just as well. ... (2 replies)
... ything, I'm more confused about what's going on in my body! It's only been 2 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. ... (6 replies)
... I also have a normal TSH but low Free T4. Haven't nailed down exactly what type of thyroid issue I have but strangely I feel Hyper. Low T4 usually indicates Hypo. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know how much my free T4 has changed though. I did get all of the standard thyroid blood work done, but I never received a copy of it, so I only know the two results I got over the phone. I am assuming that means everything else is within range except my free T4. ... (11 replies)
... Actually, I am going to an endocrinologist in Portland who specializes in pituitary issues. She is supposed to be one of the best in the country. Unfortunately, with all my hormones it is a secondary problem. ... (10 replies)
... that the selenium can help conversion of T4 to T3 but maybe I'm mistaken. It can't hurt to give it a try. ... (2 replies)
... I was prescribed Levothyroxine, 25 mcg. I wanted to know how bad my thyroid is, and what these results mean, maybe even the cause of it, and will the medication they prescribed help me lose the weight I gained? ... (4 replies)


Associated Tags: hypothyroid, low free t4, normal tsh, pituitary

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