Summers1261 What thyroid meds are you taking? Still a combination of Levo and T3? What doses?
Your FT3 is very high. When was your last dose of T3 before the blood test? If you left 12 hours (the recommended length of time) then you are very overmedicated with T3. If you had taken your dose of T3 before your test then that accounts for the high level, T3 peaks in the blood betwen 2-6 hours after taking it.
THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES *174 ,0-34
Your high antibodies mean that you are positive for autoimmune thyroid disease aka Hashimoto's which is where antibodies attack the thyroid and gradually destroy it. The antibody attacks cause fluctuations in symptoms and test results.
You can help reduce the antibodies by adopting a strict gluten free diet which has helped many members here. Gluten contains gliadin (a protein) which is thought to trigger autoimmune attacks so eliminating gluten can help reduce these attacks. You don't need to be gluten sensitive or have Coeliac disease for a gluten free diet to help.
Supplementing with selenium l-selenomethionine 200mcg daily can also help reduce the antibodies, as can keeping TSH suppressed.
Gluten/thyroid connection: chriskresser.com/the-gluten...
Referring back to you previous post healthunlocked.com/thyroidu...
VITAMIN B12 186 pmol/L 140-724
This is a lot lower than last time. Did you start supplementing with sublingual methylcobalamin lozenges as suggested?
FOLATE (SERUM) 6.91 ug/L 2.91-50
Folate should be at least half way through it's range. Did you start supplementing with a B Complex, which is needed alongside the methylcobalamin B12.
25 OH VITAMIN D *36.8 nmol/L
You never did say what your Vit D level was last time nor what dose of D3 you were taking. Whatever you're taking isn't enough, you need 5000iu D3 daily at the moment until your Vit D level reaches the Vit D Council's recommended 100-150nmol/L and then you need a loading dose of possibly 2000iu daily. You also need the very important cofactors linked to in your previous post.
FERRITIN 48.5ug/L 13.00 - 150.00
Did you do anything about supplementing this? You're still way under where it needs to be, which is half way through it's range.
Vitamins and minerals need to be optimal for thyroid hormone to work properly. It looks like you may not have supplemented as suggested in your last post.