Well I spoke to my new GP and requested a full thyriod panel and I was pleasantly surprised when the bloods included most of what I hoped for. Antibodies and folate weren't tested however, my results were as follows:
TSH= 0.26mU/L (0.35-5.5) [below range]
FT4= 16.6pmol/L (10-19.8) [still<75% range]
FT3= 4.0pmol/L (3.5-6.5) [<25% range]
Vit D= 30nmol/L (30-50) [30nmol/L in April] whilst taking prescribed vit D tabs
Ferritin= 38.4ug/L (10-291)
Iron= 12.2umol/L (10-30.4) whilst taking prescribed iron tabs
Transferrin level= 2.5g/L (2.5-3.8)
%Iron saturation= 21% (16-50)
Vit B12= 406ng/L (211-911) whilst taking over the counter b12 supplements
Eosinophil count still above range almost double top of range - this happened before I was diagnosed and treated for RA I'm guessing autoimmune marker but anybodies not testex. Anyone know if there is relevance to Hypothyroidism? I do have hayfever and take antihistamines all year round and I don't think have an infection, although hard to tell when I feel so wiped out all the time.
My concern is that on the printout it says review levo -TSH below range so when I see my GP next week he might want to reduce my levo. I still don't feel any relief of symptoms and want to push for synthT3 combo or NDT but don't know which would be best- any recomendations?
My migraines, mood swings and depression are getting worse and I haven't even started reducing my amiltriptaline and sertraline - the more I read these symptoms could be due to my hypoth'sm so I could potentially stop these altogether which would be the ideal scenario before pregnancy because they both carry risks.
Can anybody give me advice to best prepare me for this appointment - i'm dreading it - I'm afraid I will become emotional and be dismissed as a crazy hypochondriac lady?
(CRP also spiked above range so eosinophil count could be RA)