Around 8 months ago, I discovered I have thyroid antibodies:
ATG was 135 (normal is under 4.11)
Anti TPO was 89 (normal is under 5.6)
My TSH was 1.24 (normal is between 0.35 - 4.9)
So back then, TSH was normal.
Also, 2 months before that test , my TSH 3.6 (normal is between 0.43 - 4.10) which is normal, or let's say borderline.
My endocrinologist said we should wait and see. I was not given any medication.
I had made changes to my life style, I cut out dairy, gluten, soy, corn, yeast, and many other things that my IGG test showed I'm hypersensitive to. I lost some weight due to that, I did not mind at all. I ate lots of fresh veggies and fruits.
I tried to relax, resolve my issues , fight stress. I used aromatherapy (frankincense oil), and underwent wet cupping (which does wonders). Had costus powder for 2 months, Plus some healthy supplements to heal my leaky gut (detox program, green juice, pro-biotic supplement, L-glutamin powder).
Now, the shock was that when I checked my HSH this week, it was soooo low! It was 0.015! (Normal range is 0.47 to 4.68 MIU/L)
(Note: I was fasting for around 12-13 hours when I did the test, because I was also being checked for cholesterol and stuff that require fasting. + I was not on any supplement when I did the test. Only a dose of L-glutamine powder once a day or sometimes every other day)
I though that having antibodies will make me hypo. But why is my TSH so low then? Does this indicates hyper? :S
I'm just confused.
I'm not seeing my doctor soon, so I'd appreciate any input or explanation.