Background (more in my profile and previous posts):
I was hyper in 2012/13, "cured" by carbimazole, and told to have TSH, T3 and T4 checked yearly for ever. This winter I feel similar to the way I felt before being seriously ill and diagnosed hyper, and can't afford to be that ill again. No joy from the NHS so I researched, found this forum, went to Medichecks and got their Thyroid Check UltraVit. Also, I have fibromyalgia and became hopeful that this is a misdiagnosis, and maybe instead of FM it's something *treatable* such as my thyroid.
The thyroid function is all normal!
FT4 15 pmol/L (range 12-22);
TT4 95/3 nmol/L (range 59-154);
TSH 1.19 mIU/L (range 0.27-4.2) - TSH was 0.72 in October. I wasn't given the range then - EDIT: range 0.3-4.2.;
FT3 4.24 pmol/L (range 3.1-6.8);
TGAB <10 IU/mL (range 0-115);
TPOAB <9 IU/mL (range 0-34).
Instead, I have Vitamin D deficiency. Excited about this, as it may be what I have instead of fibromyalgia, and is treatable. 23 nmol/L (range 50-200).
Ferritin is low, 6.07 Ug/ (range 13-150). Also fixable.
Folate is normal, 12.89 ug/L (range 2.91-50).
And my Vit B12 is high! 256 pmol/L (range 25.1-165) NB I'm not taking any supplement or multivit that gives B12.
I've looked this up and know what needs to be checked - my instinct is that I'm not absorbing B12, therefore producing more and more. My liver and kidney function are tested every time I have a diabetic checkup (Type 1) and that was last done in October, so I'm pretty sure it isn't one of the the scary causes of high B12.
I also think the low iron and Vit D could well be caused by the B12, so that's what I think I want to investigate first.
Any thoughts/input gratefully received! In particular on the thyroid numbers. Is it still possible that a thyroid problem could be hiding behind these figures? (Hint: the answer I want is No. ;))