As a bit of a follow on from my previous question about blood test results (will copy them below for reference) and trying to understand it all a bit more, I had a recent MRI of brain and cervical spine and one of the things that was noted was an empty sella. I have no other notes on tht as the MRI was for something else, and this was noted on the report as an incidentally type thing.
I know the Pituitary makes the TSH to stimulate the thyroid, and I'm assuming that if my pituitary isn't working (or even there!!) then that would explain the suppressed TSH?
Should I be asking for a referral back to Endocrinology to get this looked at? GP, who gave me the MRI report, didn't mention it, and I didn't ask.
TSH <0.03 (0.35 - 5.5)
FT4 22.2 (10.3 - 22.7)
FT3 5.4 (3.5 - 6.5)