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What am I suffering from?

Anti thyroglobulin Antibody     -  81.33       (cut off 100 IU/ml)
Anti thyroid peroxide Antibody-  595.45     (cut off 50 IU/ml)
T3                                             - 1.09         (cut off(0.70-2.04) ng/ml)
T4                                             - 11.54       (cut off(4.60-12) micg/dl)
TSH                                          - 3.9           (cut off(0.34-4.250)micIU/mL)


I also have severe fatigue, constipation, dry skin, hair loss and my doctor told me I'm fine and there is nothing wrong with me. I am lean, I get migraine and all difficult to gain weight. I was diagnosed with hypothyroid a year back and took nat mur.
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1756321 tn?1547095325
You have Hashimoto's thyroiditis which is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in developed countries.

Excerpt from Hypothyroid Mom - Top 5 Reasons Doctors Fail To Diagnose Hypothyroidism...

"Thyroid Tests "Normal" But You Don't Feel Well?

If you're undiagnosed, or a thyroid patient taking thyroid hormone replacement medications, being in the "normal" range does not mean you feel well, or that your treatment is optimized. What levels are considered "optimal*" by many integrative physicians?

~ TSH - Typically less than 2.0
~ Free T4 - Top half of the reference range
~ Free T3 - Top half - top 25th percentile of reference range
~ Reverse T3 - Lower end of normal range
~ Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies (TPO) - Within reference range
~ Vitamin D - Above 50
~ Ferritin - Above 60 (Above 80 if experiencing hair loss)

* we are all different, one size doesn't fit all, so these are guidelines. Your optimal levels may vary."

Just to add, for those who don't live in the US, Vitamin D - above 125 nmol/L.
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