We are entitled by law to have a copy of our results. Receptionists have no right to ask although I must admit I never asked before I got hypo but we have to if we want to recover our health and have to read a lot of stuff as well.
Neither should receptionists ask why we want a copy nor tell us results are 'normal' particularly if we feel anything but normal. Some surgeries request a nominal sum for paper/ink. When you next see your doctor tell him/her that you'd like a copy of each blood test from now on.
RedApple is right with hashimoto's - you have an Autoimmune Thyroid Disease because you have antibodies. Excerpt:
Hashimoto's disease should more properly be called chronic immune thyroiditis, and can be detected chemically by the presence of antibodies, the rise in TSH, and low blood levels of thyroid hormones. Where the TSH rises, but the thyroid hormone levels remain in range, the condition can be called subclinical hypothyroidism. It is worth noting that the antibody levels may diminish as hypothyroidism becomes established, or where treatment with thyroxine is given.