Hi, I went to the Doctor because my periods were irregular and we started to try for a Baby. I had my bloods taken and these were the results in April 2016:
Coded entrySerum TSH level 5.98 miu/L [0.3 - 5]
Coded entrySerum free T4 level 15.8 pmol/L [12 - 22]
The GP said my TSH was borderline but not to worry and Then in March 2017 the GP suggested it should be tested again:
Coded entrySerum free T4 level 18.4 pmol/L [12 - 22]
Coded entrySerum TSH level 6.61 miu/L [0.3 - 5]
Thyroid autoantibody level 77 iu/mL [< 100]
At this point she saw it had cheeped up so the GP decided to put me on 50mg Levothyroxine to help bring my TSH down to see if it would help me conceive.
A few weeks later she retested and it was Serum TSH level 6.31 miu/L [0.3 - 5]
So had come down slightly but help on here suggested it was far to early for them to retest. and I had the diagnoses of Hypothyroidism.
Then in June 2017 it was Serum TSH level 3.37 miu/L [0.3 - 5]
At this point they only seemed to be testing TSH!
So because she had not tested anything else since March 2017 I requested them to check a few different things are these are my recent results from January 2018:
Serum free triiodothyronine level 6.5 pmol/L [3.1 - 6.8]
Coded entrySerum free T4 level 26.9 pmol/L [12 - 22]
Coded entrySerum TSH level 0.05 miu/L [0.3 - 5]
Thyroid autoantibody level 938 iu/mL [< 100]
So My TSH has gone down, Serum T4 has gone up and my autoantibody seems to have really gone up. I am pretty anxious about this and think it's mad that I went in with a borderline Thyroid looking to get it more normal to try for a baby and now everything seems to be majorly worse. I have also since been diagnosed with PCOS and not Metformin since October last year so anything effect results?
Sorry it's long winded thank you so much for reading!