Thank you Dr, for replying to my earlier question. I am also TPO negative, any reason why my TSH is high?
Is this subclinical, primary or secondary hypthyroidism. Sorry, I have been doing too much reading on this stuff on the internet and honestly I am lost with the information. Worried that something has gone awfully wrong with my body...
I think I have the FT3 number as well. I might have to get that from my nurse. My symptoms have not been consistent - a heavy early period that made me go to my gyn, who asked to get the TSH test. I do feel a little low and anxious, kind of clouded.
However, I hear that hypothyroid is a common disorder. Although none in my family has it. I am going to meet an endo next week....
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