Hi everyone, and happy new year! I've decided to try adding in some T3, as I'm still symptomatic. I'm non-autoimmune hypothyroid, have seen 2 endocrinologists, neither will prescribe T3, but wanted to reduce T4 as my TSH is suppressed. The problem is, my symptoms are getting worse. I've had private bloods done, and have some T3, but could do with some advice from you lovely people.
07565Hospital No.:Reference:Report Date: 29 December 2017 18:41:24HAEMATOLOGY Vitamin B12 401 pg/ml 197 - 771 Note amended reference range due to change toGen II assay.
BIOCHEMISTRY Folate (serum) 4.0 ug/L > 2.9Note new reference range effective 03/04/2017.If no change in dietary habits,a normal serumfolate makes folate deficiency unlikely.
FERRITIN 53 ug/L 13 - 150Optimum Ferritin level for females : >27 ug/L
C Reactive protein 0.7 mg/L <5.0
ENDOCRINOLOGYTOTAL THYROXINE(T4) 108 nmol/L 59 - 154
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE * 0.05 mIU/L 0.27 - 4.2
FREE THYROXINE 17.6 pmol/l 12.0 - 22.0
FREE T3 4.4 pmol/L 3.1 - 6.825
OH Vitamin D 56 nmol/L 50 - 200
Interpretation of results: Deficient <25 nmol/LInsufficient 25 - 49 nmol/L
Normal Range 50 - 200 nmol/L
Consider reducing dose >200 nmol/L
IMMUNOLOGYTHYROID ANTIBODIES .
Thyroglobulin Antibody 14.3 IU/mL 0-115Method used for Anti-Tg: Roche Modular
Thyroid Peroxidase Antibodies <9.0 IU/mL 0 - 34 Method used for Anti-TPO: Roch
Thank you in anticipation.