I've looked for help from the kind people of the group in a piecemeal way and have ended up, despite reading lots of old posts too, dazed and confused. I'm reposting the full results in the hope of finding my next steps to better health and a better life.
THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE 4.32 mIU/L (range 0.27 - 4.20)
FREE THYROXINE (FT4) 13.2 pmol/L (range 12.00 - 22.00)
TOTAL THYROXINE(T4) 81.5 nmol/L (range 59.00 - 154.00)
FREE T3 3.91 pmol/L (range 3.10 - 6.80)
THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODY 11.900 IU/mL (range 0.00 - 115.00)
THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES 13.3 IU/mL (range 0.00 - 34.00)
Vit D3 - 51 nmol/L
Vit D2 - <5 nmol/L
Comment: 'Vit D = D2 + D3, >50 nmol/L sufficient for most people'.
FOLATE 15.8ug.L (range3.80 - 9999.00ug/L)
B12 439ng/L (range 197.00 - 771.00ng/L)
FERRITIN 47ug/L (range 30 - 4000ug/L
Interestingly, Haemoglobin 119g/L (range 120.00 - 150.00g/L) with a possible cause cited as hypothyroidism.
Given the antibodies it appears I'm not Hashi's - my mother was hypo without Hashi's, so possible genetic cause?
From my reading on the site I'm thinking NDT would be most appropriate for me, which I know I would need to buy online. Is there anything to absolutely avoid, and are Thiroyd and Thyroid-S good alternatives?
Once I begin, at what dosage would be a good starting point and what intervals between increasing? How frequently should I get tested to check levels (privately of course)
And what vitamin supplements are indicated, if any, and in what form (liquid, methylated, dosage etc.
I know this is a lot to ask, and that replies will be based on personal experience and not medical qualifications but I would be so grateful for help in finding my way through this maze.