I did a health check(diagnostics) recently and found that :
I have high TSH(13.06) but T3(1.07),T4(7.98),free T3(2.62),FT4(1.06) are within normal limits.
Also, I have high LDL(173) but normal HDL(40), VLDL(18), Triglycerides(91).
Some other out of range data :
Blood Count MCH(26.4)
Liver ALB/GLOB ratio (2.0)
Kidney BUN(Urease/GLDH) (6)
Doctor has prescribed Atorvastatin(5 mg once daily) for LDL and Thyroxine sodium(50mcg once daily) for TSH.
I have a very low fat-low cholesterol-high fiber-high omega3-moderate protein diet and still have this problem.
I had gas problem for last 3 weeks and doctor prescribed pantoprazole. when I get up in the morning I feel slightly less blood supply to my hand fingers.
Could anyone please tell me what is wrong here ?
I got up in the night tonight with a limp left hand (very less blood supply) and had to shake it with my right hand to get ok. This happens sometimes to me. Also, when I get up in the morning I feel less blood supply to my hand and fingers. My Blood pressure seems within range. I also checked with ENT for postural hypotension and had a ear test(hearing sensitivity) and results were ok. I am concerned why I feel this if BP is ok.
Pulse 68, BP 120/70
Height 179 cm, weight 70 kg
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