Hi, my GP increased my dose of Levo from 100 to 125 and asked me to see her 3 months later. I got my bloods done last week and have just got the (very scanty!) results back:
Se thyroid peridoxidase Ab conc 564 ku/L <34.00ku/L
Serum TSH level Normal no action 1.88 mu/L 0.30 - 4.70 mu/L
This doesn't really tell me anything other than my antibodies (although still massively high) have reduced considerably from 1170 in Feb 2014. I have no idea what my T3 is as despite asking the lab will not test as they deem my results as normal.
I feel "OK" but still have some symptoms, namely weight, sleep, hair etc. My tongue is still scalloped and my temperature is always low (normally 35.8-36.0). I know my GP is going to say everything is fine so my question is...do I just accept this and remain under par? The GP is OK but she plays everything totally by the book. She said being gluten free doesn't help antibodies etc so I know I'd have a battle on my hands!