Can anyone help with these blood results s

Sorry to ask again just had blood done again. Told all's normal but feel awful.

Tsh 0. 42 (0. 27-4. 20)

Plasma c reactive protein 2mg/L (0. 00-4. 00)

Serum gamma GT 49Iu/L (4. 00-60)

White blood cell count.8.5-10*9/L (4. 00-11. 00)

Red blood cell 4.50-10*12/L (3. 95-5. 15)

Haemoglobin estimation145g/L (120-150)

Packed cell volume 0. 439 L/L (0. 36-0. 47)

Serum calcium 2. 42mmo/L (2. 15-2. 55)

Serum inorganic phosphate 1.3mmo/L (0.90-1. 40)

Serum totally bilirubin 4umol/L (0. 00-21. 00)

Serum ALT 30IU/L (4. 00-45)

Serum alkaline phosphatase 62IU/L (35-129)

Serum albumin 46g/L (40-52)

Serum sodium 143mmo/L (135-145)

Serum potassium 4. 8mmo/L (3. 50-5)

Serum creatinine 64umol/L (45-84)

GFR calculated abbreviatedMDRD82mL/min (70-130)

Serum ferritin 152ug/L (22-275)

Erthrocyte sedimentation 9mm/hr (0-15)

Serum B12 362ng/L (187-883)

Serum folate 12.0 ug/L (3. 10-20U. 5)

Serum leG levels 1172KU/L (0. 00-81. 00)

HbA1c level -IFCC Standardised40mM/M (20-42)

HbA1c (DCCT aligned )5. 8 (4. 20-6. 20 percent )

Tissue tranglutaminase Abs 0. 6 (0. 00-7. 00)

mean corpuscular volume 97fL (80-100)

Mean corpuscular haemoglobin 32. 2pg (27-32)

Red cell distribution width13. 3 (11-16)

platelet count 246 -10*9/L (150-400)

Lymphocyte count 3. 6-10*9/L (1. 20-3. 50)

Monocyte count 0. 9-10*9/L (0. 20-1. 00)

Eosinphil count 0. 1-10*9/L (0. 00-0.4010)

nucleated red blood count 0.0-10*9/L

BMI25. 1kg/m2

O/E weight 66kg

. I would be grateful if anyone could help with supplements I could take. To make me feel a little bit normal. As doctors say all is normal. I take 75 and 100 levothyroxine alternate days. Thanks.

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  • Those results are only normal if they have ruled out CENTRAL /Pituarity Hypothyroid

    ITS VITAL that

    free T4

    Free T3

    Thyroid Antibodies



    Vit d3 are done

    TSH and Folate are simply not enough

    Central Hypothyroid has a LOW TSH and low t4 and t3

    wheras primary Hypothyroid will have a HIGH TSH and a low t4 and t3

    The NHS is totally wrong to only test TSH

    they must test Free T4 and Free T3 too




    Vit D3

    are all affected by Hypothyroid

  • Lizcosgrove, TSH 0.42 is low in range but is no guarantee that FT4 or FT3 are good or that you are converting sufficient T3. If FT4 is low you need a dose increase even though it will suppress TSH. You can order private thyroid tests via Blue Horizon and Genova and vitamin D from City Assays via

    B12 <500 can cause neuropathy, PA Society recommend 1,000 is optimal. Supplement 1,000mcg methylcobalamin sublingual lozenges, spray or patches and take a B Complex vitamin to keep the other B vits balanced. Folate and ferritin are good.

    Serum IGE is an allergy test. Your result has increased since your previous test posted a month ago.

    ALT and Alkaline phosphatase are very elevated indicating liver disorder. I would check these with your GP. I'm not sure that being six times over range is normal.

    Nucleated RBC are supposed to be low/not evident in adults. film/details/

    All other result appear to be in range.

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