I have been experiencing severe temperature dis-regulations for a couple of years now, and have undergone a massive number of tests, relating to this, over the last 15 months.
Ther starting point was a thyroid overview, the onto all manner of other stuff, through wider hormone panels, autoimmune conditions, cortisol, vitamins, and so on.
I am now scheduled to see a Rheumatologist in three weeks, to explore if I have an extremely atypical presentation of Raynauds'.
I've just had my annual MOT, which included TSH and T4, and I just thought I'd post them here, should anyone have any useful comment to make.
I have never been able to persuade anyone, including two Endocrinologists (NHS and privately) to do a wider thyroid screening.
Based on my family history, on both sides. the latter Endo was utterly convinced I would have something autoimmune, but everything was either negative of inconclusive.
My results are illustrated in the attached photo.
The fantastic news is how healthy I actually appear to be. I just wish this temperature regulation nonsense would sort itself out, or we could get to the bottom of it.