Am under care of Dr P, although don't speak with him much as it seems to take so long to try different doses out.
Can any one comment on this? I think my levels are a bit too high? I still have many symptoms, but am able to do so much more..........the cherry on the cake will be exercise. I plan to get another adrenal saliva and checck B12 again as that was a bit low originally but for minute what do you think. Tsh is quite supressed is this ok? I am on 2 and 3 quarter grains of Armour,,,should I reduce a bit even though not up to par. I also take Nutri adrenal extra x6 per day. Also still don't understand the Antibody result?? What does negative in brackets mean? Also that is lower than last yr which thyroglobin= 250 but they seem more concerned this time...read Blue Horizon Dr comment below....
Please find attached your results in PDF format, and our Doctor's comments directly below.
The thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) level is low, although thyroxine levels are currently within normal limits. If you already taking thyroxine, dose adjustment may be necessary - you should discuss this with your usual doctor. If you are not taking thyroxine, it would be wise to keep an eye on this level - either by reference to previous results if known or by checking TSH again in 6 months' time or so. There is a possibility that hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) will develop if the TSH fails to rise (a low TSH implies excessive thyroxine production from the thyroid gland).
The positive thyroglobulin antibody result is consistent with a diagnosis of autoimmune thyroid disease (eg Grave's disease).
If you have, or develop, any symptoms suggestive of thyroid illness I urge you to make contact with your usual doctor.
TOTAL THYROXINE(T4) 129 nmol/L 59 - 154
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE *<0.01 mIU/L 0.27 - 4.2
FREE THYROXINE 22.0 pmol/l 12.0 - 22.0
FREE T3 6.0 pmol/L 3.1 - 6.8
Thyroglobulin Antibody *171.4 IU/mL 0-115(Negative)
Method used for Anti-Tg: Roche Modular
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies 14.7 IU/mL 0 - 34
Method used for Anti-TPO: Roche Modular