I hope someone may be able to advise me and I'm copying this to the Thyroid UK pages as well.
I was diagnosed with Pernicious Anaemia in December 2016 and immediately (that day) started on B12 loading injections and then quarterly for life. I have experienced minimal improvement and I'm now on the injections monthly for three months. My GP said I'm borderline underactive thyroid too (December 2016). I've just had another test after i asked my GP as a hairdresser told me I've lost loads of hair since December (I know but am past caring as I'm exhausted, can't concentrate, voice is deeper etc). I have tried the B12 Boost sub-lingual spray to no effect. The only slightest improvement I've seen with B12 injections are brittle nails improving and 24/7 headaches lessening, apart from that all other PA symptoms remain (about 30 of them as shown on the PA flowchart).
I've just been online to my records and the Path Lab report says satisfactory, no further action. I have read Thyroid UK guidelines and given them to my GP when I requested the second thyroid test. I'll give the results below as show on my record so could someone please advise me whether I should be getting meds or am I reading the "Interpretation of Thyroid Blood Tests" flowchart incorrectly.
Here goes: December 16
Thyroid function test
Serum free T4 level 12 pmol/L [10.0 - 22.0]
Serum TSH level 2.4 mu/L [0.3 - 5.5
Thyroid function test ,
Serum free T4 level 14 pmol/L [10.0 - 22.0]
Serum TSH level 2.7 mu/L [0.3 - 5.5]
Thanks in advance.