I'm relatively new here, although been following posts for a while to get a feel for the community.
Was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism about 7 years ago. Currently on 100mg of Levo. Has been up to 125. TSH, which is all the doctors will test has been rising recently. Was as low as 0.04 a couple of years ago when I pressed to take it lower from 3. But started to get irregular heart beats. Now up to 3.15 (0.27 - 4.2). So decided to pay for a full thyroid test. Results and ranges as below. This was the first time I have ever had blood taken without medication for 24 hours. Never been suggested to me in the past! So I assume TSH will higher than before due to this.
TSH 6.07 - (.027 - 4.2)
Free Thyroxine 17.2 (12.00 - 22.0)
T4 87.4 (59-154)
Thyroglobulin antibody 132 (0 - 115)
Thyroid peroxidase antibodies 198 (0 - 34)
Active B12 73.2 (25.1-165)
Folate serum 8.32 (2.91 - 50)
Vitamin D 61.5 (50 - 200)
CRF .3 (0 - 5)
Ferritin 189 (33- 400)
Test done with medichecks. Their comment was I was undermedicated with Levo, and borderline with Vitamin D.
It was good to get a proper Hashimotos diagnosis, as this was never done, just presumed before. Would welcome any comments about the other results and what I should discuss with the doctor next week.