I've been backwards and forwards from the doctors for a while now I had blood tests done 5weeks ago and my TSH was 3.32 with in the normal range of 0.5 - 4.7 but I really hadn't been feeling well I had several symptoms of hypothyroidism but my doctor told me my TSH levels were optimum so there was nothing to worry about.
My other bloods on the 5th of April that were abronral were
MCH was 23.1pg and the range is 27-34pg
MCV was 75.2fl and the range is 83-101fl
RBC was 5.24 10*12/L and the range is 3.8-4.8 10*12/L
So my doctor said everything was fine no problems so I went back to the doctors at the end of April and she said she'd run the some of the same testa again and some different ones but agreed there wasn't a concern about my TSH.
On the 27th of April by TSH has risen to 4.2. And they tested my free T4 which was 16.6pmol/L
My MCH is 23.4pf
My MCV is 78.9fl
My RBC is 5.22 10*12/L
But now my Eosinophil level is out of range going from 0.17 10*9/L on the 5th of April to out of range on the 27th of April at 0.41 10*9/L and they tested my Vitamin D which was 40nmol and my ferritin which is 21ug/L. I'm really unsure of what to do now my doctor said she would ring me if there were any problems with my bloods at the beginning of the week and I haven't heard anything so I'm assuming they think everything is fine, obviously I'm concerned as she said she doubted that my TSH would change and it abviously has. Does anyone know what level your TSH level needs to be before the NHS will treat you for it and do you think my latest blood test suggest thyroid disease or not?