Just a general comment until you get the picture up. Don't worry if you can't as I've played with the figures and compared them with mine and seem to have made some sense of them.
My first urine test showed T3 about 3/4 of the way into the lower red zone, so I was under range - T3 was -0.06% of range (yes minus) .
My T4 was about 1/3 of the way into the green zone - 39% through range.
This showed my conversion was poor (which confirmed the same finding in a blood test - over the top FT4 and barely mid-range FT3).
I lowered my Levo, added a bit of T3 and retested after 3 months. It then showed:
T3 getting on towards half way through range at 43%
T4 getting towards 1/3 through range at 29%.
This was a great improvement as T3 should be higher in it's range than F4 is in it's range. So the addition of T3 for me was doing what I expected. I have yet to retest blood, and want to do another urine test also to see if it's still the same. I am considering a slight increase in T3 dose but wont do it until I've seen test results.
Working on your urine test result figures:
T3 is 25% through range
T4 is 18% through range
So they are the correct way round, you are converting, but on the lower side which bears out what Dr P is saying.
Your Genova blood test results from a couple of months ago you say are:
FT4 17.2 (range 11.5 -22.7)
= 51% through range
FT3 5.5 (range 2.8 - 6.5) = 72% through range
FT4 half way through and should be in the upper third so 19+.
FT3 is almost in the upper quarter, ideally it should be 5.57+.
So you're converting well enough. Your FT4:FT3 ratio is 3.12 : 1 and good conversion takes place at 4:1 or below, and you're not far off what's normally recommended if that's where people feel best.
You can't compare urine and blood tests as far as percentages through range are concerned, but they both give an idea of how you're converting and you seem to be doing well enough there.
With both urine and blood tests I think they show you could possibly do with a bit more Levo. What did Dr P say?
I don't know how low iodine would affect anything.
Is anything going on with adrenals? I did the Genova 24 hour saliva test and found a bit of a problem that's now being addressed. Sex hormones were also a problem, sorting that too. They're all connected.
Vitamins and minerals optimal?