Firstly thank you for all the advice and support everyone gives on this forum; it's very helpful for relative newcomers like me.
I have just seen my latest test results and am wondering what to do next. I was diagnosed with borderline hypothyroidism in autumn last year with a TSH of 4.84 (0.2-4.2) and T4 15.4 (11-22). I was started on 25mg of levothyroxine and posted on here about how awful I was feeling. I was eventually given 50mg after a test result of TSH 4.23 (0.2-4.2), T4 of 15.1 (11-22) in January and have felt a bit better but I still don't feel as well as I would like. I still feel very tired and cold sometimes; nowhere near as bad as before though.
My latest results are TSH 2.96 (0.2-4.2) and the results says no action required so I'm assuming the doctor won't up the levothyroxine. T4 isn't tested here unless the TSH is out of range.
My D3 levels were insufficient in the autumn, went up to 87 nmol/L in February and are now 64nmol/L although I'm still supplementing. >60 is sufficient.
I haven't been tested for B12 since the autumn and that was 268ng/L (180-630) then but I supplemented it as I wanted to get all my vitamin levels to optimum.
Please can anyone advise me - do I go back to the doctors and ask for a dose increase? I think I might have a battle to prepare for, if I do. I'm hoping to see a different doctor in the practice as I can't stand to be told that I should be feeling fine (and be asked am I depressed/exercising etc. 🙄!!) I've read that TSH should be nearer to 1 but what do I say? Any thoughts please kind people? Apologies if I've missed anything or put it in the wrong format. Thanks all