Managed to get my records from the hospital with the following results.
FT4 17 (10-19 pmol/L).
TSH <0.10 (0.5-3.9 mmol/L) Deemed suppressed by endo.
Cortisol 290 (110-770 nmol/L) consider a little low but taken at midday.
FSH 2.2 (3.0-15.0 U/L) low.
LH 3.6 (1.5-9.0 U/L) normal.
Testosterone 11 (10-30 nmol/L) Deemed normal.
I had an FT3 test back in January which came in at 5.69 and was considered high by the lab.
Since this test I have managed to come off sertraline which was a painful experience in terms of withdrawal. However, I must admit that I feel a bit better. I can concentrate better, better focus and can read for once without staring at words, not yawning as much and feel a touch more energetic. To me, this all positive and small progress.
I'm wondering if the anti-depressant was inhibiting the thyroxine in some way- I'm on 100mcg by the way.
Anyway, back to the endo letter. He has said that he is not ruling out secondary hypothyroidism due to a pituitary cause and has put me in for MRI scan which is this Friday. He also talks about increasing me to 125mcg. There is no mention of FT3 in his letter and my guess is he didn't consider a test for it, also I'm Vit D3 deficient and on meds for this, this was mentioned in the letter but that was it . No other tests were taken. He talked about keeping an open mind so he recognises something is not right.