"Thank you so much for the information. After looking at my current blood work, I was tested for T3U, T4 and TSH. I don't see anything for Free T3 and Free T4. I now can give my dr more information. I know it is not possible for them ..."
Hi, Dyla. I read with great interest your post re your mom. Could you please tell me how much Synthroid she was taking for such a long time, i.e., 50mcg, 75mcg, etc. I'm getting up there in years as well, and I'm having a hard time finding anyone my age to compare with. I hope your mom is still doing well. :) Please, if you will, send a reply here to my email address at, n.***@**** - I have a hard time navigating some websites, so I might not be able to find your reply otherwise. Thank you so much. Sincerely, Nanci
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