The T3 is high but otherwise thyroid tests are fairly normal. I agree with the MRI of brain due to high prolactin. One very rare cause of the thyroid tests would be a TSH secreting tumor but this should be detected by the MRI as well. Again, this is very rare. If the PRL was normal last month, the current test results are confusing and likely a repeat in 3-4 weeks will be suggested before any treatment. Be sure to tell your doctor about all meds, supplements and herbs you may be taking.
If you do have Hash's, all of the thyroid test is worthless. The only way to treat is by symptoms. It often takes "excessive" amounts of hormone (Armour is the best) to get results. Once your thyroid is suppressed, you may be able to back down on the Armour.
Have you had your adrenal glands tested? Your thyroid hormones can be high or in the upper range of 'normal', but you can have hypo symptoms because of low cortisol. Cortisol is required for the thyroid hormones to get into the cells. So low cortisol can cause hypothyroid, because the thyroid hormones are not getting into the cells!! Of which may explain why the blood thyroid levels are high.
High TSH is sign of hypo, not hyper. By the way, you will have problems on thyroid meds with untreated adrenal problem.
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