My latest blood results from Chelsea & Westminster are : Free T4 12.7; TSH 2.05; Free T3 4.6 'at the upper end of the normal range'. Iron/transferrin saturation normal, cortisol normal at 377 nmol/l, vit. D excellent at 85.8 nmol/l; haemoglobin 124 g/l. B12 and Folate normal and no ovarian, thyroid, adrenal and parietal cell antibodies. As such I will not be seen anymore at the endocrinology clinic of this hospital as they have not found an endocrine cause for my symptoms and there is currently no indication of autoimmune thyroid disease. I was diagnosed with this after a private blood test in December 2011 showed elevated thyroid antibodies at 400 times the maximum amount. I have now no eyebrows left- in spite of having had full and thick ones- after losing them for the past 4 years and I have constant under-eye puffiness, two of the visible symptoms of hypothyroidism. While at the last consultation the endo. said I did have features of subclinical hypothyroidism, I am now back at square one because of the blood results. I can tick almost all of the symptoms of adrenal stress and hypothyroidism and can hardly get anything done, whereas I would love to be able to. The results I have posted are a copy of what has been sent to my GP and for some, no specific values are mentioned. I fear that once again these results might confirm me as a hypochondriac or neurotic with my GP surgery and that I will have to keep plodding on myself. Can anyone shed some more light on some of the results such as the T3 please, I am not sure if this value qualifies as the higher end in all sources.
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