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Thyroid Function test


lab results of my thyroid function  after dose (thyroxine)100mic/g p/day
and the results for last 30 days. How much the dose required To achieve the normal results.


Free T3:      1.7
Free T4:      1.08
TSH    :       6.22

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What are the reference ranges for the FT3 and FT4?  These vary from lab to lab, so must come from your own report.  
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lab results of my thyroid function  after dose (thyroxine)100mic/g p/day
and the results for last 30 days. How much the dose required To achieve the normal results.


Free T3:      1.7      pg/ml
Free T4:      1.08    ng/dL
TSH    :       6.22    uIU/mL

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649848_tn?1357751184
Yes, I understand those are your current levels; however, we need to know the reference ranges used by your lab.  This should be listed on your lab report; often parenthesis beside the lab result or in a separate column.
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lab results of my thyroid function  after dose (thyroxine)100mic/g p/day
and the results for last 30 days. How much the dose required To achieve the normal results.

                result      units         Reference Values                                
Free T3:      1.7      pg/ml               1.45 - 3.48
Free T4:      1.08    ng/dL                0.71 -1.85
TSH    :       6.22    uIU/mL             0.49 - 4.67

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That's what we needed.  Thank you.  While your TSH is high, your FT3 and FT4 are actually "in" the normal range, though quite low in their ranges.  

I'm not a doctor, so I can't tell what dose to take, but it does appear that you could use an increase in your med.  You could try the next higher dose for a few weeks, then retest to see if your levels come up, and your TSH goes down.  

Many of us feel best when our FT3 is in the upper 1/3 of its range and FT4 is in the upper 1/2 of its range.  What, if any, symptoms do you have?  Symptom relief is most important, regardless of the lab results, so FT3 and FT4 should be adjusted to alleviate symptoms.

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