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... Your ferritin is low, that's the iron stored by your body and it's necessary to help covert t4 to t3. Your folate looks fine, the way I read that is any level greater than 5.4 is good. Have you tested vitamin d and B12. ... (4 replies)
... I am 28 weeks pregnant. I have always had symptoms of hypothyroidism. I gain weight easy, constant state of being tired, slow digestion, low body temperature, etc. I have been on a thyroid tissue supplement for about 2 years now. ... (1 replies)
... p on Synthroid...and the most any dr. would do is begrudgingly up my dose. Endo's are useless. ... (2 replies)

... Doctors do not know what is wrong and I've seen infectious disease, ent, and hematologists. ... (4 replies)
High or Low T3
Jul 4, 2015
... Thank you. It is really confusing. I was told by and endocrinologist that as long as you are on their scale your thyroid function is acceptable and he was going to educate my doctor on this fact. ... (5 replies)
High or Low T3
Jul 4, 2015
... Thank you. It is really confusing. I was told by and endocrinologist that as long as you are on their scale your thyroid function is acceptable and he was going to educate my doctor on this fact. ... (5 replies)
... I that is the only symptom you're suffering, it's most likely true that your thyroid function is okay. Thyroid disease presents with multiple symptoms at a time. For many people, they might be the classic ones like hair loss, weight gain, and feeling cold constantly. ... (1 replies)
... My last tsh was 2.113 in April. My free T3 was 2.0 with a range of 1. ... (5 replies)
... It may not be the best fit for you or not a high enough dose. ... (11 replies)
... where between 10.0 and 11.0 for the last 4 years or so. My pth has never been out of range, but usually on the lower end of the range. My vit D has normally been low normal, but only once have I ever taken a suppliment. ... (0 replies)
... Most people here would love to have that doctor that treated you with a tsh that was in range. ... (1 replies)
... As you can probably see a lot of the results seem to be a bit high or low. I have spoken to my GP about the chance of it being a thyroid problem and he seems to think it is unlikely. ... (0 replies)
... The high TPO indicates you have Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Once you find a really good thyroid doctor to treat you, you ought to feel substantially better. ... (11 replies)
... Your TSH, free T4, and free T3 show you to be hypothyroid. If you're in treatment, you need a dose increase, or perhaps a switch to desiccated thyroid from levothyroxine. If you aren't in treatment, you should be. ... (5 replies)
... I ended up in the ER with tachycardia and palpitations. My labs came back hypothyroid, elevated lymphocytes and low potassium. ... (3 replies)
... Good Morning all! I am hoping that someone can help me! I've been feeling off for a few months now. I went to my primary Dr. in April and she ordered your normal blood work. ... (0 replies)
... The anxiety is back with a vengeance. I changed my sleeping schedule and now I am feeling anxious within 6 hours before bed. I take my synthroid a bit earlier now at around 3 am when I go to bed. I was going to bed at around 2pm in the afternoon, was wired but tired. Now I am trying to get my life back. ... (2 replies)
Help with lab work
Jun 13, 2015
... Thanks for taking the time to answer. I appreciate your help so much. I am still waiting for the doc to call me back and let me know what he would like me to do. Hopefully he will raise my dose of armour because I have read some really scary things about cytomel. ... (7 replies)
... thought I was actually a little hyper. It felt like previous times when I had become slightly hyper. However, it doesn't look like it from labs. ... (1 replies)
... Your free T4 is actually below range, and your free T3 is a mere whisper above the low end of its range. Your body is screaming for thyroid hormone. Be good to it and take your medicine! ... (3 replies)


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