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... Okay you have hashimoto's thyroiditis. You will eventually go hypothyroid and may have periods where you feel it now. ... (25 replies)
... Of course when you lower your T4 dose, the Free T3 will likely decrease too. ... (8 replies)
... This is a little off topic (SORRY!) - but can you recommend a "Thyroid savvy DO in Chattanooga? I haven't been able to find a good thyroid doc yet and I've been to about six different doctors now" Thanks Tanya (19 replies)

... I would try to get to a thyroid saavvy DO that is willing to try a trial run of thyroid hormones given your apparent secondary hypoT condition. The high T3 Uptake happens in secondary hypoTs before complete thyroid failure. Your body is trying to save itself at the expense of cognitive function which T4 covers. ... (19 replies)
Seeing New Doctor
Jan 11, 2008
... In some cases people need to increase the T4 to T3 supplement ratio. ... (5 replies)
Low free T3
Dec 30, 2007
... I need some advise regarding my low free T3. ... (3 replies)
Anxiety and Armour
Dec 10, 2007
... Armour has T4 in it too and if your Free T4 level was too high that takes longer to get out of your system. ... (13 replies)
... I don't like to recommend amounts, Deda. But I do know that T3 drugs often will keep T4 levels a bit low and out of balance with T3. Even for myself on Armour, my T3 is way higher than my T4, but my MD doesn't like to prescribe additional T4, so there ya go. ... (7 replies)
... I have been posting for a year. I have hypothyroidism and Hashi's. I have had trouble finding a doctor and have seen about 5 in the last yr. I have had severe symptoms. My PA would look at my .00 TSH and think I didn't need to increase meds................ ... (8 replies)
... Free thyroxine index" is not the same thing as a genuine free T4 test. The index is an estimate of free T4 and not a direct measurement of it. Obviously, direct measurement is a better way to test a level than to estimate it based on a math formula. ... (11 replies)
Aug 27, 2004
... Your FT3 is not what I'd call "normal"... It's slightly low. The only reason that it's as high as it is probably results from your body converting as much T4 as it can into T3, causing the T4 to be very low. ... (3 replies)
... I would need to know more about your T4 test to comment on that. Was it a total T4 or free T4? ... (4 replies)
... I wasn't getting better with the meds so I went to a new doc and she tested my thyroid levels. ... (3 replies)
... Good morning, and thank you! ... (9 replies)
... I would title each document with a date range that reflected the date of the most recent labs and the date of my upcoming labs. ... (7 replies)
... Many people taking Armour have a low FreeT4 and are fine with that since their FT3 is high enough to leave them without symptoms. ... (2 replies)
... I have updated test results including TPO and T3 along with T4 and TSH. And in light of my past results , I'm confused. ... (4 replies)
... nd B12 levels and other nutrients, low caloric intake and a genetic predisposition to not have correct action of or enough of the deiodinase enzymes that convert T4 to T3 are all contributers to impaired T4 to T3 conversion. ... (6 replies)
... I don't know if high RT3 will be a continual problem or not. It is usually caused by high or low cortisol levels and theoretically once you correct the adrenal issues it should not come back... ... (3 replies)
... Yes, the Prometrium is for the high estrogen as well as to regulate cycles. ... (5 replies)

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