Hi I have been hypo all my life since I was a baby, and even though I don't feel terrible like some people have experienced I still don't feel quite right, not that I know what quite right should feel like, as I've had this all my life. I have never really had the thyroid explained to me as an adult, having this as a child I looked at mum for guidance. But even then t4 and t3 wasn't explained to us, nor what food and drink you should stay away from and even the importance of when you should take your pills. First thing, before a meal? My symptoms are still over weight, tiredness, slow slurred speech at times, slow reaction, brittle nails, hair falls out, brain foggy ness, depressed, no sex drive, no drive, and moody at times. My recent blood results are tsh was 0.5 now 0.8 and free t4 19.1 and t3 4.8 are these right, can someone explain the levels as I have never had the table levels explained to me. Or I was too young to understand and take it in when they did. I am on t4 the levothyroxine 200mg. Every time I go to docs they say I'm normal, been that way for years, but still have these symptoms. I just go away thinking its me I'm just lazy and feel low that this is it! It's only now that I've started reading up on it.