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Thyroid issues

I'm 38, and feel horrid. I've lost 18 lbs in about 6 weeks without trying, I'm shaky, and dizzy frequently. I just had my blood work done, my T3 is 10.8, t$ is 3.0, and the thyroid stimulating hormone is <0.01  
I have never been on medication for anything, i only take a tylenol when needed... I will be honest, I've felt for a while that something was really wrong.  I do see my doctor for a follow up next week for my results, but i'm anxious.  Any ideas, suggestions?
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Please double check those test results, and also post their reference ranges shown on the lab report.  
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If you are having problems with your thyroid and they put you on meds you will feel so much better.  I had mine taken out and have been on meds for over 7 years now.  It was like I was a completely new person.  I had the opposite side effects though...I was tired all the time.
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Sounds like hyperthyroidism.
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