Has anyone experienced having a lifetime of elevated TSH levels with normal T3&T4 panel results? TSH elevation usually goes ignored if T3&T4 show normal. There is a reason the pituitary gland keeps asking for increased production, yet goes ignored by the thyroid. A failure in pituitary or hypothalamus production, maybe? Going in to demand a full list of panels, hoping to tack it down, soon but doctors are quick to dismiss this elevation as long as the thyroid is not responding to it. It is considered trivial. Hoping to find one that will entertain the theory.
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