I'd also be interested in the thyroid levels, only I'm much less interested in TSH, than I am the actual thyroid hormones, Free T3 and Free T4. It's entirely possible to have a normal TSH, but not adequate hormones. It's also possible that you could have an autoimmune thyroid disease, which could be destroying your thyroid and it just hasn't showed up in the labs. If your doctor is testing *only* TSH, he's not helping you.
Ask for TSH (yes, it should be under 3.0), Free T3 and Free T4, as well as antibodies.
What level was a perfect thyroid level? Your TSH should be under 3 to be normal. The old level was under 5 and some doctors still used that number.