got my new numbers today at doctors , aftera 4 month wait. here they are
TSH 0.38 range 0.40-4.50 ( low)
t4 Free 3.4 range 0.8-1.80 ( high)
T3 Free 296 range 230-420
T3 total 139 range 76-181
vitamin b12 898 range 200-1100
vitamin d 48 range 20-100
testosterone 404 range 250-1100
free testoserone 2.6 range 1.5-2.2percentage of testosterone
testosterone free 105 range 35-155
endo said i was slightley high in thyroid meds. i think she is right i feel a little hyper , not too much. dose was reduced from 200 dessicated compound daiely to 200- 5 days a week and 180- 2 days a week . should bring it down to an average of 196 dessicated compounded a day. retest in 2 months. but i think im real close now. Kevin
I agree with LazyNoose,The FT4 is way too high and the FT3 too low.
Sometimes this can result from being on a med dose that is too high.
Your TSH is lower than when I was going through thyroid storm before RAI.
Cut back the meds a bit,,,,,,do as the Doc says,
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