My results have been June 2006 TSH .46, October 2006 .82 April 2007 .57 and now Jan 2008 .30
my FT4 is 14 regularly. It says repeat test in 608 weeks and suggest repeat with Free T4 and Free T3 what does this mean and how is it associated with TSH.
What can I do to improve my Thyroid Function and what can be causing this no one else in my family has this condition.
Thanks for the reply
my Diangnostic's use the following quide:
tsh (mU/L) (0.40 - 4.00) FT (pmol/L) (10.20) Ft3 (pmol/L) (no ref) as it was not tested on this test
I have all the other test run from blood sample and was only little low in Iron (hereditary) and my colosterol is up slightly. My blood pressure etc is perfect.
I am being retested in 6 weeks so I am going to take kelp for those weeks leading up and see what it does. The other thing I did was to take my temperature every morning for 5 days and it was normal (one of the things recommended by a thyriod paper I read). I am avoiding brocolli and other things that I have been told effects thyriod including fluoride and chloride as blockers.
But I do feel tired after I finish work and I have noticed a bit decline in my eye sight in one eye but I had my eyes tested and they didn't seemed to worried.
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