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... 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)
... Actually, your extremely high TSH has no bearing on how hypothyroid you are. It's a pituitary hormone, not a thyroid hormone. ... (4 replies)
... these are the same ranges that they use at the hospital but these are from another lab. My TSH is down from 9.50 but I am now at 100 from 88. ... (9 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)
... Is TSH only useful in comparison to FT levels to help a diagnosis? ... (7 replies)
... I am so glad that I found this board as it appears there are many on it that have extensive experience with this complex ailment. ... (1 replies)
... Everyone is different. Some people may feel fine with a very high TSH, but some do not. And some people will feel awful with a TSH in the "normal" range. If you have symptoms, you deserve treatment despite your TSH..... ... (8 replies)
... mcg didn't help. She said free t4 was in the very low range. She did say come back in august to check for free t3 also, so, maybe she will add cytomel or another brand. ... (7 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)
... 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)
... My tsh is 4.72. ... (4 replies)
... I was pretty much in the same situation. Abnormal values, but absolutely no symptoms. ... (8 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)
... not many people are very in touch with symptoms in their bodies, but I would worry that the person on 800mcgs would have a stroke or heart attack one day, and no one would realize why. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks for the welcome. I am grateful I don't feel bad but it just seems so odd that I read all the symptoms and I don't have any. ... (9 replies)
... Although your husband may not be "feeling" symptoms of hypothyroidism, has he had his cholesterol, triglycerides and fasting glucose checked? ... (3 replies)
... years ago I was diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder after experiencing sudden onset extreme anxiety and multiple panic attacks daily for a couple of months. ... (9 replies)
... d felt in my life. Then suddenly in July 2009 I began feeling weak and had no stamina. ... (2 replies)
... should I be on, four months after my TSH jumped to 7.0 in five months? ... (3 replies)
... A little bit of my history...I've known for years that I had an underactive thyroid, suspected it especially because my dad had his thyroid removed when I was in high school because it was so enlarged it looked like he had a soft ball sticking out of his neck. ... (0 replies)

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