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Thyroid Blood test report !! Kindly give advice !!

Thyroid Blood test report !! Kindly give advice !!

I was diagnosed hypothyroid 7 weeks back and my ft3 was 2.73 and ft4 was 0.5 and TSH was 105.5 , and I was given eltroxin starting does 25,then 50 then now am on 75 dosage, till now 6 weeks over and dr asked me to continue this 75 dosage and vitamin d 2000 for 2 more months.. and yesterday I took blood test for ft3,ft4,TSH,antibody, fasting sugar,b12,vit d, ferritin,folate, cholesterol and have attached the reports here.. kindly see all the blood reports and advice me, what am deficient in ... please πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

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ANTI MICROSOMAL ANTIBODY (AMA)

C.L.I.A

My value -> 205 IU/mL

Reference Range :

Negative : <34

Positive : >34

(AMA are also called as Anti-TPO Antibodies).

Method :Fully Automated Chemi Luminescent Immuno Assay

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FOLATE

C.L.I.A

My value -> 9.8 ng/ml

Reference Range :

> 5.38 ng/ml

Method :Fully Automated Chemi Luminescent Immuno Assay

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FERRITIN C.L.I.A

My value -> 8.3 ng/ml

Reference Range :

Men: 22-322 ng/ml

Women: 10-291 ng/ml

Method :Fully Automated Bidirectionally Interfaced Chemi Luminescent Immuno Assay

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Ferritin is very low in range and needs treating ....

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Ok mam so I should take iron tablets?

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Yes - with VitC. Ferrous Fumerate is the one often suggested here on the Forum - have a read of other similar posts ....

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Oh ok mam is it vit c or d which u said above ?

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You take VitC with Iron ....

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Understood thanks mam

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TPO anti-bodies look Positive for Hashimotos ... loads of posts on this Forum and books and websites.

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Mam what should b d range for tpo antibodies? What should I do in addition to takin eltroxin for hashimotos?

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The above link will take you to 2500 other posts about Hashimotos. Read the website of Izabella Wentz too - and sign up for her Newsletters to keep up to date. Going gluten free is key and sometimes being dairy free is needed..

Not sure I understand your reply above - b d ??

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TOTAL CHOLESTEROL :

PHOTOMETRY

My value -> 142 mg/dl ( 125-200)

HDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT PHOTOMETRY

My value -> 50 mg/dl (35-80)

TRIGLYCERIDES PHOTOMETRY

My value -> 62 mg/dl (25-200)

LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT PHOTOMETRY

My value -> 78 mg/dl (85-130)

VLDL CHOLESTEROL CALCULATED

My value -> 12.4 mg/dl (5 - 40)

TC/ HDL CHOLESTEROL RATIO CALCULATED

My value -> 2.9 Ratio (3 - 5)

LDL / HDL RATIO CALCULATED

My value -> 1.6 (Ratio 1.5-3.5)

NON-HDL CHOLESTEROL CALCULATED my value -> 92.2 mg/dl ( < 160 )

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VITAMIN B-12 C.L.I.A pg/ml

Reference Range :-

My value is 220

Normal : 211 - 911 pg/ml

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25-OH VITAMIN D (TOTAL) C.L.I.A ng/ml

Reference Range :-

My value is 34.25 Ng/ml

DEFICIENCY : <20 ng/ml

INSUFFICIENCY : 20-<30 ng/ml

SUFFICIENCY : 30-100 ng/ml

TOXICITY : >100 ng/ml

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FASTING BLOOD SUGAR PHOTOMETRY mg/dL

My value is 98

Reference Range :-

70-105

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VitD would be better around 60 plus ...

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So this 2000 dosage which am taking not enough?

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Well you won't know until your next test :-)

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Thanks

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VitD is fat soluble so best taken with the main meal or good fats. I buy capsules with olive oil that overcomes that issue ! Also take VitK2-MK7 and Magnesium - important co-factors of VitD.

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Try taking 3000 IU's of D3.

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B12 - I believe that is the Active Test - looks Low to me ?

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So I should take b 12 supplement too ?

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I think it could be the Serum B12 test having looked again ! Yes you need a good B12 Lozenge kept under the tongue until dissolved. Jarrow Methylcobalamin 5000 mcg from Amazon should be good. Also take a GOOD B Complex to keep all the B's in balance and to give you Folate or Folic Acid which works with B12 in the body.

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Thanks mam .. folate is normal in this above pics which I attached.. ferritin only low

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This is also too low

Ask doctor to test for Pernicious Anaemia before starting B12 injections or sublingual B12 lozenges

Low B12 is extremely common with Hashimoto's

Taking good vitamin B complex as well is recommended

With Hashimoto's we are often low in other B vitamins too

If you are taking vitamin B complex, or any supplements containing biotin, remember to stop these 3-5 days before any blood tests, as biotin can falsely affect test results

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Cholesterol is fine - no need to test as raised cholesterol is important for so much in the body - brain - hormones etc....

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Someone please reply....

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I have :-)

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Yaaa only u have . I asked others 😁

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They possibly have not replied as your Results are posted in an unusual way and require lots of Replies. Also when someone has supplied appropriate information others move onto another post.

If my replies are not what you want to hear then I suggest you use the SEARCH THYROID UK box on your phone/tablet/PC for each individual Vitamin and Mineral and read the 100's of posts that will appear from previous similar posts to yours.

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Thanks mam

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Hashimoto's affects the gut and leads to low stomach acid and then low vitamin levels

Low vitamin levels then affect Thyroid hormone working

Poor gut function can lead leaky gut (literally holes in gut wall) this can cause food intolerances. Most common by far is gluten

According to Izabella Wentz the Thyroid Pharmacist approx 5% with Hashimoto's are coeliac, but over 80% find gluten free diet helps significantly. Either due to direct gluten intolerance (no test available) or due to leaky gut and gluten causing molecular mimicry (see Amy Myers link)

But don't be surprised that GP or endo never mention gut, gluten or low vitamins. Hashimoto's is very poorly understood

Changing to a strictly gluten free diet may help reduce symptoms, help gut heal and slowly lower TPO antibodies

Ask GP for coeliac blood test first

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