So ... to recap! Diagnosed as post menopausal (at 41) based on one blood test in 2015. Different GP finally diagnosed hypothyroidism in Dec 2017 (and not post menopausal!).
I’ve now obtained copies of all my blood tests since then (£8.40!).
TSH in 2015 was 3.9. From what I’ve seen on here that might be ‘within range’ but viewed in conjunction with my symptoms, not good enough for me!
Thanks to this site I got my GP to check folate, B12 and ferritin, and also D3:
B12 range 187 to 884 - actual 272
Folate range 3.1 to 20.5 - actual 3.8
Ferritin range 10 to 204 - actual 19
D3 - actual 56 so ‘within range’
Apart from the fact these have all dropped massively since 2015, surely my GP shouldn’t have just said ‘all fine’? Is there any way I can insist on being treated for these do you think?
Any advice gratefully received! Or if there’s any specific scientific paper I can refer my GP to maybe?
Thanks again everyone - not sure where I would be without the info and support on here! X