Hi, I'm diagnosed subclinical hypothyroid and for reasons too complicated to go into here my last blood tests showed 'normal' TSH and FT4. I don't believe they were accurate and I want to get my doc to retest them. I've never done anything special to guarantee accuracy but I know that there is an optimum way of doing them, I'm just not exactly sure what it is!
So, what is the best way of getting an accurate blood test result for the two conventional NHS tests? I rise at 10 am (I think they're supposed to be done not long after rising?) so I'd be grateful for any advice on how to arrange my blood test appointment to get the best out of it. Thanks!