I saw my doctor (a Hertoghe doctor) last week. My thyroid labs (from two weeks ago):
TSH <0.01 (0.2-4.0)
FT3 2.2 (1.2-4.3)
FT4 0.9 (0.8-1.5)
My doctor said that, as long as my TSH remains low, that shows that my thyroid meds are working, and that FTs are individual, constantly fluctuating and don't mean anything. This came as a surprise to me, as I have always been told FTs levels are the most important thing when deciding whether you are optimally treated...
I am currently on Thyroid-S (7 grains daily). My doctor prescribed Erfa, but I am not sure if it would be a good idea to try that instead...so far, Thyroid-S has worked well, although I seem to require a lot. But after all the problems with Erfa I am not sure I should go down that road...it's quite expensive in Belgium compared to Thyroid-S, and it would have to work really well in order for me to be willing to make the switch...
Since weaning off Medrol for adrenal fatigue six months ago I have noticed an increased need for NDT...but I'd hate to go back on Medrol after finally being able to wean off it.