Blue Horizon results

Hi, could someone please help me with my Blue Horizon results. I am hypo and on 150mg levothyroxine. i was on 100mg but my TSH was too high so Dr upped it, but now thinking it is too low :-) Thank you.

My results are in the brackets()

TSH (0.01) - 0.27-4.20

T4 total (110.5) 64.5-142.0

Free T4 (20.76) 12-22

Free T3 (4.39) 3.1-6.8

Anti-thyroidperoxidase abs (157.4) ≤34

Anti- thyoglobulin abs (14) ≤115

vit B12 (195) insufficient

serum Folate (4.75) 8.83-60.8

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  • Janty123,

    Can you edit your post to include the lab ref ranges (the figures in brackets after the results)? Click on the v down arrow underneath your post and select Edit.

  • have done. thanks

  • Janty123,

    TSH is suppressed but you are not over medicated because FT4 and FT3 are within range. FT4 is good in the upper range but FT3 is low-ish in range which indicates you are a poor converter. Some people need high FT4 with suppressed TSH to enable sufficient FT3. Read Treatment Options in Email if you would like a copy of the Pulse article to show your GP.

    Thyroid peroxidase antibodies are positive for autoimmune thyroid disease (Hashimoto's). There is no cure for Hashimoto's which causes 90% of hypothyroidism. Treatment is for the low thyroid levels it causes. Many people have found that 100% gluten-free diet is helpful in reducing Hashi flares, symptoms and eventually antibodies.

    Folate is deficient. My GP prescribed 5mg folic acid for a couple of months to correct folate deficiency. B12 should be in range before taking folic acid.

    What is the B12 range?

  • Thank you for the reply. My B12 was 195, the range if under 140 was deficient and 140 - 200 is insufficient. So I fall in the insufficient range. I am going to the doctors on Saturday so I will take my results along and see what she says. I think I might have to do some reading up, but all sounds very complicated. Thank you

  • Janty123,

    If you have symptoms of B12 deficiency which are outlined in go to for advice before you see your GP.

  • You also need to know your vitamin D level. Very important to check & have good level with autoimmune thyroid- Hashimoto's.

    Are you on gluten free diet? Very many of us find it can really help improve symptoms and may reduce antibodies slowly over time.

  • If you address those deficiencies then your. Inversion should improve though it takes time.

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