Looking at your previous posts I found these results :
Hypo on 300 levo per day
Serum tsh level 1.52 mu/l (0.27 - 4.2)
Serum free t3 level 4.2 pmol/l (3.1-6.8)
Serum b12 221 ng/l (197-771)
Serum folate 10.2 ug/l (3.9-26.8)
Serum c reactive protein level 4 mg/l (0-5)
Then some later results :
Erythrocyte Sedimentation rate 19 mm/hr (2-15) High
Serum C Reactive Protein Level 5/mg/L (0-5)
Serum Cortisol 435 nmol/L
Serum Free T4 level 13.0 pmol/L (12-22)
Serum Free TSH 3.99 mu/L (0.27-4.2)
Anti-TPO Antibodies- SE Thyroid Peroxidase AB Conc 108 IU/mL (1-34) HIGH
Lymphocyte Count 2 am*9/L (1-3)
Monocyte Count 0.31 10*9/L (0.2-1)
Neutrophil Count 3.79 10*9/L (2-7)
Eosinophil Count 0.15 10*9/L (0.02-0.5)
Basophil Count 0.03 10*9/L (0-0.1)
Haemoglobin Estimation 123/g/l (115-165)
PCV 0.376, will be filed as 4257.00 [NOTE - PCV = Packed Cell Volume = haematocrit]
RBC 3.88 10*12/L (3.8-5.5)
MCV 96.9 fl (83-101)
MCH 31.7 pg (27-32)
MCHC 327 g/l (310-350)
Platelet Count 295 e9/L (150-400)
WBC 6.3 e9/L (4-11)
Plasma Glucose Level 5.0 mmol/L (3.9-6.4)
Serum Total Bilirubin Level 5 umol/L (2-21)
Serum Alkaline Phosphate 97 U/L (30-130)
Serum ALT Level 15/UL (5-33)
Serum Gama GT Level 27 U/L (6-42)
Serum Total Protein 68 g/l (60-80)
Serum aLBUMIN 42 G/l 35-50)
I wanted to summarise the above results.
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1) The Erythrocyte Sedimentation rate and the C Reactive Protein are both high, or high in range. These are both inflammation markers, suggesting that you suffer from inflammation somewhere - unfortunately neither test tells you where that inflammation is.
2) Your serum cortisol level - whether or not this result is high is determined by the time of day the blood was taken.
3) Your thyroid test results show that your TSH is higher than ideal, your Free T4 and Free T3 are lower than ideal, and your antibodies are high showing that you suffer from autoimmune hypothyroidism also known as Hashimoto's Thyroiditis. Note that about 90% of people with hypothyroidism in the UK have it because of Hashi's. As a result of having Hashi's your thyroid function test (TFT) results will fluctuate, possibly quite dramatically.
4) Your Plasma Glucose was roughly mid-range suggesting that you aren't diabetic.
5) Your Full Blood Count (FBC) shows your haemoglobin is in range which means you aren't anaemic. You could still have low iron without being anaemic though, but you haven't given results for iron and ferritin so it isn't possible to tell. Your bottom of range RBC suggests low iron is a possibility. The other values in your FBC don't suggest obvious problems.
6) Your vitamin B12 and folate are too low for most people to feel well. Neurological problems can occur with B12 below 500. Many of us prefer to get B12 to top of the range, and folate to mid-range or the upper half of the range. Take a look at replies by SeasideSusie who give lots of very good info on treating low minerals and vitamins.
7) Note that low in range B12 and folate may have an impact on FBC results. If you have low iron AND low B12 then the issues can be disguised in the FBC. MCV, for example, is raised when B12 is low, and is low when iron is low. If you have both problems your MCV can look normal.
8) Your Liver Function test results are normal.
I'm going to continue this in another reply.