Hi. I haven't posted here before. My background is Graves disease 12 years ago (treated successfully with carbimazole) and pernicious anaemia diagnosed 2 years ago which is treated with B12 injections.
I've just had my annual blood tests at the GP and I'm happy that everything relating to my B12 deficiency is fine (ie folate, ferritin, potassium and MCV). My vitamin D level also looks good.
However, my thyroid results look a bit suspect to me and I'd welcome your expert opinion as to whether they are good enough or not.
TSH 4.14 (.35-5)
Free T4 11.1 (9-22)
Free T3 4.2 (2.6-5.7)
I'm feeling generally ok, if not great. Maybe more tired than I should be (hard to judge as I'm getting older and life is busy so who's to say what's normal). Also, often cold and finally, if I go cycling my legs take days longer than I'd expect to recover.
Can you recommend anything I can do to naturally boost my thyroid function. Or does the highish in range T3 indicate that all is ok?