I'm new here and I'm hoping someone can help me understand my recent Thriva blood test results:
TSH: 4.7 (0.27 - 4.3)
FT4: 18.8 (12 - 23)
FT3: 6.81 (3.1 - 6.8)
Anti-Thyroidperoxidase antibodies: <9.0 (0 - 34)
Anti-Thyroglobulin antibodies (TGAB): <10.0 (0 - 115)
Thyroxine (T4): 165.0 (66 - 181)
Active B12: 45.9 (25.1 - 165)
Ferritin: 86.8 (13 - 150)
Folate: 18.6 (8.83 - 60.8)
25-hydroxy Vitamin D: 69.6 (50 - 100)
My mother and grandmother have autoimmune thyroiditis so I am trying to keep on top of my own thyroid health. So far GPs have told me everything is normal which is why I ordered the Thriva test.
I am female, 30 years old and do have some mild symptoms - heart palpitations, a little weight gain, occasional trouble sleeping, occasional joint pain and fatigue. So far none of these symptoms is extreme or affecting my life too much. I would obviously like to avoid getting to that stage though, especially given my family history.
If anyone is able to help me understand these results, I would be so grateful.