Here are the NHS test results -
this from July this year -
Vit D, 250H, Total, Serum
Serum total 25-hydroxy vitamin D level (Zabo0): 57 nmol [50.0-120.0]
Serum vitamin B12 level (XE2pf) : 568 nmol/L [197.0-771.0]
Serum folate level (42U5) : 9.1 ug/L [3.9-25.0]
and this from this month -
Cortisol level (X771U) : 456 nmo/L [133.0-537.0]
Serum free t4 level (XaERr) : 18.9 pmol/L [12.0-22.0]
Serum TSH level (XaELV) : 2.3 mu/L [0.27-4.2]
Results from Genova Diagnostics (via nutritionist)
Cortisol Sample 1 post awakening 9.88 [2.68-9.30]
Sample 2 (+ 4-5 hours) 2.90 [0.75-2.93]
Sample 3 (+4-5 hours) 1.16 [0.36-1.88]
Sample 4 (prior to sleep) 0.66 <=0.94
DHEA: coristol ratio 0.11 [0.05-0.32]
Genova Urine Thyroid results
T3 0.74 [0.61-3.38]
T4 2.28 [1.03-8.24]
(CORRECTION) T3: T4 Ratio 0.32
Iodine 60 [100-199
Sorry for probably too much information/confusing numbers. I have no clue what any of this really means. I am having a postal blood test done next week via Medichecks which includes Thyroid and Vitamins and I hope that might make more sense.
Nutritionist said my iodine was low; my doctor said its impossible to be lacking in iodine, NHS websites say the same. Iodine websites say the opposite.
I have plenty of symptoms that could be related to thyroid problems, but equally they could be simply my mood/state of mind. Who can tell?!
If anyone can shed any light on any of this I'd be eternally grateful.