I'm in unchartered territory. I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's in 2011 after several years with a strange and complicated illness. I've got myself to a state of pretty good health, using levo, supplements and healthy eating, and no gluten. My husband was called for routine blood tests at our GP surgery a couple of weeks ago and to our surprise he is showing elevated TSH of 5.4. He asked about further testing but the GP was quite dismissive (what is the point of doing this preventative testing if not to take action???) and said they would retest in 3 months. He said he could not possibly justify further tests after only 1 high reading.
My husband seems to have no symptoms whatsoever - when my TSH was lower than this I could hardly get out of bed with fatigue. Is this normal? Any ideas anyone? He was taking antihistimes at the time - could this have caused it?