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... Free T4 . ... (1 replies)
... we all have our personal "set points" where we feel symptom free and those set points can also change over time too. I suggest you find out what your freeT levels were and post them here with their reference ranges and we can have a look at them and help you with the interpretation of them. ... (6 replies)
... range or just below, my doc said it looked like a conversion issue. HOWEVER, my TSH was 0. ... (6 replies)

... Hi, I've been on Levothyroxine for approx one year. I started on 50mcgm, moved quickly to 75mcg and then to 100mcg, which is the dose I've been taking daily for at least the last six months. ... (6 replies)
... Generally, those TSH and free T4 results would cause hypo symptoms. But your symptoms, at least some of them, could also be caused by the low B12 and low vitamin D. ... (1 replies)
Advice needed
Apr 10, 2014
... The presence of antibodies along with the elevated TSH should warrant treatment even though your free T3 and free T4 look fairly decent. ... (5 replies)
... I am a 39 year old female, otherwise healthy except for these issues. ... (0 replies)
... TSH is not the best indicator of thyroid function. It is actually a pituitary hormone and merely serves as a messenger to the thyroid to produce or not produce more thyroid hormone. ... (2 replies)
... These are some of the questions and many more that you have to ask yourself or have a medical professional go over with you and rule out anything else. ... (6 replies)
... I also bought liquid iodine and have a drop of it in my water. I also make sure to eat a brazil nut each day for the selenium. Also hoping the two kinds of probiotics I am taking will help. ... (6 replies)
Mar 30, 2014
... a free T4 along with it... The 'genuine' free T4 test, not the estimated one called "index" or "T7". ... (1 replies)
... So I'm low on those two. What should I do? ... (5 replies)
... Hi, thank you so much for taking the time to answer me. I'm going to request my results from the doctor, he seems to think it is nothing to worry about and that I should not treat it at all as my T3 and T4 in the normal range. ... (2 replies)
... Basically I got so fed up with not getting any help from my GP i started to self medicate and saw a huge improvement in my symptoms and also a 30 weight loss over the course of a year. ... (4 replies)
... First, if you live in the US, you're entitled by law to a written copy of your labwork so you can know exactly what it says for yourself. ... (2 replies)
... When optimized on Armour, TSH is typically well below 1.0. And not only is your free T4 way too low, free T3 could stand to be higher too even though it is in range. Most need to be in the top half or top one third of the range for both free T3 and free T4 to feel well. So a dose increase would be warranted. ... (4 replies)
Rapid weight gain
Mar 21, 2014
... That's a huge dosage decrease! ... (5 replies)
... Hello there, This is my first time posting to the forum boards, but I have been reading all the helpful info. Since November I started experiencing symptoms of hypothyroidism. ... (0 replies)
Thyroid Lab Work
Mar 24, 2014
... review and analyze them but I am desperate for additional insights as I have felt awful for nearly 6 years now off and on. I have originally been diagnosed with low thyroid and low iron and low testosterone levels. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks I thought that was the case, I am seeing oc in a week I will ask i he will over see me taking a little extra t4 meds to bring them up a bit, just wanted reasurance that that is what is needed, didnt want to over do it Many thanks Sam xx (2 replies)

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