I'd be grateful for help interpreting my bloods, esp rt3 which I know little about (and recently read something here about how rt3 may not be significant at all?). I'm on alternating doses 75/100 levo and 10 t3. My main bugbear is **fatigue** but am also having a hard time w emotional reactivity to stress, like I can't control these pesky spurts of adrenaline in response to what I'd consider mildly stressful events. It seems like almost everything registers at 11 on the adrenaline dial regardless of significance.
Blood draw was done at 10am on an empty stomach. There was a 27hr gap after thyroid meds.
My vits and mins are a bit sad because I stopped supplementing in preparation for the blood draw and then there was a much bigger time delay than I had intended (many weeks rather than a week or two), so w heavy periods, winter etc everything just dropped. Won't do that again. Surprised my vit d is not more awful considering I don't see much sun. Went back on supplements (iron/vit c, d, self-injected b12) immediately after blood draw.
I was on ldn when this test was taken and can see that it was doing nothing for my ABs (nor did a full year of being gf). Glad I'm off it now, I had side effects. Planning to add in selenium next to see if that helps.
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE 0.27 mIU/L 0.27-4.2
FREE THYROXINE 16.0 pmol/l 12.0-22.0
TOTAL THYROXINE(T4) 100 nmol/L 59-154
FREE T3 4.8pmol/L 3.1-6.8
REVERSE T3 * 25ng/dL 10-24
REVERSE T3 RATIO*12.3
Thyroglobulin Antibody* 376.2IU/mL 0-115
Method used for Anti-Tg: Roche Modular
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies * 234.1 IU/mL 0-34
Vitamin B12 136 pmol/L 25.1–165.0
Folate (serum) 7.9 ug/L 3.9->20.0
25 OH Vitamin D 50 nmol/L 50-200
Interpretation of results:
Deficient <25 nmol/L
Insufficient 25-49 nmol/L
Normal Range 50-200 nmol/L
Consider reducing dose >200 nmol/L
CRP-High sensitivity 1.8 mg/l 0.0-5.0
FERRITIN 26 ug/L 13-150
Optimum Ferritin level for females : >27 ug/L
Thanks in advance all.