I just got labs back. According to Drs everything looks good except, of course, for my antibodies. I was having tons of severe symptoms, but since I've been working on raising my B12 and D I've been feeling a little better. My B12 was at 330 and my D was at 19. My Ferritin is still dire though, when it was last tested it was 12.
Anyway, here are my results. Can you tell me if you see anything off as of now?
CRP, High Sensitivity .98
Vitamin D 25.6 (Came up from 19, I've since increased my dose and started taking with K2 and magnesium)
TSH 1.303 (.270-4.20)
Free T4 1.02 (.55-1.60)
Free T3 3.36 (2.52-4.34)
T4, Total 6.6 (5.0-12.3)
Free Thyroxine Index 2.9 (1.3-3.0%)
Thyroglobulin Ab <1 (0-4)
T3 Uptake Ratio 44.1 (32.0-48.4%)
Thyroid Peroxidase Ab 556.65 (0-9)
Even though the numbers are in range it leaves me with a horrible feeling of feeling like there's nothing I can do to prevent the destruction of my thyroid. Here I am with a seemingly healthy thyroid, and as time goes on I'll have no choice but to watch and feel it deteriorate thanks to my own body. Is there anything at all I can do to stop this? Has anyone ever successfully made antibodies go away completely and never come back, preventing loss of thyroid function?