Hi Louise! :)
If you have the ranges for your FT3 and FT4 tests, it'd be easier to see where you are. Both values should be at the upper end of the range. Have you been tested for antibodies yet? If not, then talk to your dr about it. It's not uncommon to have "normal" tests and to have antibodies.
I find it helps to write down all my symptoms to get doctors to listen. I finally got my doctor to test my adrenal functioning. I told him if it's not my thyroid, isn't it something because I am not making all this up!
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