I got my blood test rsluts back from the Drs today, but the test has only given the TSH which is not at all helpful ( last time I asked for results they gave me the cortisol, T4 and serum free levels at least...). Pfft.
But amongst all the tests it also said that my Serum Alkaline Phosphate level was below the reference limit and below range . Had a quick look online , and a decreased serum alkaline phosphatase may be due to:
Vitamin C deficiency/Scurvy.
Folic acid deficiency.
Excess Vitamin D intake.
Low phosphorus levels (hypophosphatasia)
Malnutrition with low protein assimilation (including low stomach acid production/hypochlorhydria).
Insufficient Parathyroid gland function.
Vitamin B6 insufficiency
So does this mean I'm hypothyroid ( I am on Levo, 125/150 split) and should be asking for more T4??
Any suggestions gratefully received.