T3 advice & results

Hello, still very new here and just wanting some information, I am not sure if my other post about these results worked, but if it did, I am sorry for repeating myself!

I was also wondering if anyone within the east midlands and midlands area knows of anyone that would take notice & help me with these results. I have been to Dr Maksood in Derby, and didn't feel he was helpful. I am also wondering if T3 would help with my high RT3 level, but don't know about dosing, or if to stop my Levo. Can I just swap them over? Or how do I decrease my Levo when its liquid, I currently take 100 mcg. Thanks you so much for any help and advice, this forum is my lifeline.

THYROID CHECK ULTRAVIT

RT3

Thyroid Function

THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE *0.014 mIU/L 0.270 - 4.200

FREE THYROXINE *24.72 pmol/L 12.000 - 22.000

TOTAL THYROXINE(T4) 123.1 nmol/L 59.000 - 154.000

FREE T3 5.42 pmol/L 3.100 - 6.800

REVERSE T3 *37 ng/dL 10.000 - 24.000

REVERSE T3 RATIO *9.54 15.010 - 75.000

Thyroid Antibodies

THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODY 12.640 IU/mL 0.000 - 115.000

THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES 6.25 IU/mL 0.000 - 34.000

HAEMATOLOGY

Vitamins

VITAMIN B12 465.9 pg/ml 191.000 - 663.000

FOLATE (SERUM) *19.21 ug/L 4.600 - 18.700

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OH VITAMIN D 129.4 nmol/L 50.000- 200.000

BIOCHEMISTRY

Inflammation Marker

CRP-HIGH SENSITIVITY 3.2 mg/L 0.000- 5.000

Iron Status

FERRITIN 125.8 ug/L 13.000 - 150.000

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  • Theoretically high rT3 should be temporary only. But several patients have been compelled to stop Levo and NDT for even months to get rid of it. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articl... found Lio to be three times as effective as Levo

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