Just because your TSH came down to 0.1, doesn't mean you are hyper. You're only hyper if your Free T3 and/or Free T4 are too high, or if you have hyper symptoms, such as weight loss, diarrhea, etc.
Do you have hyper symptoms? Did you have Free T3 and Free T4 tested? If not, you should ask your doctor to do them. TSH is a pituitary hormone and when one is on a thyroid replacement medication, it often does not correlate to actual hormone levels. My own TSH stays at < 0.01 and I've never been hyper. Also, TSH is variable and is affected by a number of things, so yes, it's perfectly normal for it to fluctuate.
High cholesterol is a symptom of hypothyroidism, so your cholesterol probably came down because your thyroid levels went up, with the thyroid hormone. You should talk to your doctor about taking the lipitor. Cholesterol meds shouldn't be necessary if cholesterol levels came down with the increase in thyroid levels, but that would be for your doctor to determine.
Thank u so much for the info.yes free t3 and t4 was also tested and have freet4 high 30.2 pmol/L and the freet3 within normal range, and also weight loss of 3kg but not diarrhea.
And for Cholesterol tablets I will talk to doctor.thank you.
I would also like to know if there are problems in getting pregnant in this condition.I am married for 2yrs and we were planning to get pregnant,but then hypo was diagnosed by that time and read many blogs about miscarriage, difficuties in getting pregnant,etc.when can we exactly plan for it?
What's the reference range for your Free T4? Ranges vary lab to lab and have to come from your own report. Also, what was exact result of your Free T3, with reference range?
It's possible to get pregnant and carry a healthy, full term baby, but you need to make sure your thyroid levels are good and stable before you get pregnant. Difficulty getting pregnant and miscarriage are common when thyroid levels aren't adequate or stable. Adequate thyroid hormone is critical for the growth and development of a fetus, as well as for you.