My latest Blue Horizon results still show a TSH over range but it has lowered since my tests 6-7 weeks ago. This correlates to my Ferritin having risen (albeit only slightly and I am still at the low end - I have been supplementing more). Could it be that if I get my ferritin levels at optimum that my TSH may go back in range? I have been ill for 8 years with most of the symptoms listed on Thyroid UK but I guess what I am asking is am I hypothyroid at all? I do believe I am (I have been very ill even when my TSH has been 2.5) but I am about to book an appointment with a private endo and I don't want to waste my money if he is just going to say you are not hypo and if you keep boosting your ferritin your TSH will go back in range (though to be honest my ferritin is 'in range' now so really if we are just going off blood tests, he wouldn't be able to argue that).
I am as yet undiagnosed and a Genova urine test 18 months ago also showed very low T4 and T3 only just 'in range'.
Nb. ignore the high B12 - I am supplementing!