I might be posting in the wrong place but here it goes. So family history, mom had thyroid cancer, grandmother had thyroid goiter, and I believe my great grandfather died of a thyroid related disease.
Anyway been feeling pretty bad for a few years, tiredness, heavy limbs, inhibilty to concentrate, low labido, etc.
Just had my results back from the GP, and was surprised they were "normal". My results were TSH 1.4 (normal range 0.3 - 4.6) and T4 was 22 (normal range 10-22).
On top of this my CPK was at 600 something three times normal level.
So what I wanted to ask is are my results actually normal or should I get second opinion or just leave it.
Sorry if this is a pointless post. I just can't see personally how I'm normal when I'm at the lower and upper ends of each scale.
Thanks in advance 😀