We need to know reference ranges for the T3 and T4, as well as the T4 index. Ranges vary lab to lab, so must come from your own report.
We also need to know if the T3 is free or total; appears to be total, which is considered obsolete and of little value.
Is the 0.050 a TSH result? Appears that you might be hyper.
The TPOab indicates that you do not have Hashimoto's, but you need to also get Thyroglobulin Antibodies (TGab) tested in order to rule it out, since either or both of the antibodies can be present in Hashimoto's. If you have hyperthyroidism, you should also be tested for Graves Disease. Thyroid Stimulating Immunoglobulin (TSI) is the definitive test for Graves.
What, if any, symptoms of a thyroid condition do you have?
Let me clarify --- don't ask for Free TT3 and T4; ask for FREE T3 and FREE T4. I'm not yelling at you by using capital letters; just want to be sure you understand. Also ask him to run the TGab that I mentioned in my first post; that's the other antibody test and is just as important as the TPOab.
Be sure to keep us posted on your endo appointment and if he refuses to run those tests, start looking for another right away.
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