Kevin, how are you feeling with those latest lab results? That would be the most important thing to me. If you were a little hypo, I'd think the FT3 could be tweaked upward slightly, and the FT4 reduced a bit. In general that would probably be the thing to do, but if you are feeling fine, I don't know that I would change anything. Taken by itself, that FT4 being a bit above the limit would not concern me enough to go changing meds. Just my biased opinion.
im fine but just a little tired sometimes a little achy and i look a little tired . got endo appt. in a hour going to see what she says. i don't know? problem is i felt hyper at a higher level. . so idon;t know. can they raise you by 2.5 or is that too low. also my numbers seem to stay the same as it was on a higher dose?/ the free t4 and freet3 justthe tsh moved wierd.
doc . kept me same dose. say she thinks numbers are good, but now wants me to split the dose in half. says that maybe i need the t3 spread out more during the day. to try this before anything else. retest a month or so. so sounds reasonable. make sense , ill give it a try, Kevin
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