I am writing my second post here to follow up with my concern.
As I have also brought up in my first post, I've been diagnosed to have hypothyroid for few years. I was taking levothyroxine for many years. Recently I've been so worried about my weight loss and so decided to visit my doctor about it. She wanted me to take a new blood test and based on that result, she asked me to stop taking medication since my thyroid level seemed to be balanced, she said that will help you with gaining weight as well. That wasn't of so much help and so I decided to visit her again to have another blood test, this time including all the items bellow, I am now providing you guys with my recent lab result.
TSH( not reflexed) : 2.00(mIU/L)
Iron: 134(40-190 mcg/dL)
Ferritin: 15(10-154 ng/mL)
Free T4: 1.1(0.8-1.8 ng/dL)
Vitamin D: 31(18-72 pg/mL)
T3, free: 3.0(2.3-4.2 pg/mL)
Thyroglobulin Ab: 249 (< or = 1 IU/mL) LABLED AS HIGH
Vitamin B12: 458(200-1100 pg/mL)
Hemoglobin A1c: 5.1(0.0-6.0 %)
TSH (reflexed): 1.74 (0.47-4.68 uIU/mL)
Anybody have any idea of what that high thyroglobulin mean or anybody have any idea of why should I lose weight if I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism