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Can some please interpret my test results.

Am still not feeling well.

Any suggestions

1.Serium free t3 level(snabi) normal no action

6.5pmol/L. 3.90pmol-6.70pmol/L

2.serium free t4 level(snabi) normal no action

19.0pmol/L. 12.00-22.00pmol/L

3.thyroid autoantibodies(snabi)

Satisfactory no action

41klU/L. 34.00klU/L

4.serium tsh level(snabi)normal

No action

0.39mlU/L. 0.27-4.20mlU/L

6 Replies

Hi Yaseen

Sorry you aren't feeling well, what are your current symptoms? Your test results above look quite good with T4 and T3 in the top part of the range. I cant see anything on your profile - what medication are you currently on? x

Yaseen, your TSH, FT4 and FT3 all look good and you would appear to be optimally medicated.

Hypothyroid patients often have deficient/low ferritin, vitamin D, B12 and folate which can cause musculoskeletal pain, fatigue and low mood very similar to hypothyroid symptoms. Ask your GP to test these for you as correcting low levels can be very beneficial to wellbeing.

Your thyroid antibodies are positive which means you have autoimmune thyroid disease (Hashimoto's). It may be worth adopting a gluten free diet which has reduced Hashi antibodies in some patients and can delay progression of the disease which unchecked will eventually destroy your thyroid.


Hi Yaseen,

I have looked at your Profile but there is no thyroid history. Are you taking levothyroxine only at present?

Thank you all for replying I was on levothyroxine but then I ordered armour thyroid on ebay after 10 days using them I feel bit better.

One of the worst symptom is sucidal thougjts(depression). Muscle pain and tingling feelings.


Yaseen, have you had Vit B12, Vit D and ferritin tested?

Hi lily,

No am not, I asked my GP but he doesn't listen to me.he said I don't need ov these tests.

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