I had blood tests a couple of weeks ago and my TSH is 44.6 (I can't remember the range exactly, think it was (0.2- 4.8). The Surgery queried the result with the lab and were assured it was correct, no chance it had been contaminated. My last test was 2017 and my TSH was around 2. I had tested to have antibodies
I've got a prescription for levothyroxine. starting off on 25mg for a week, then moving up to 50mg. to stay on that, have a blood test after 3 weeks then go back to GP surgery the following week. Nurse practitioner said it may take some tweaking and thinks I may need to be on 75mg, hence the test at 3 weeks.
My Vit D was also a bit low at 31, but it's been lower. Got a prescription for that too.
Although I've been thinking I've had a problem with a thyroid for a while but tests not showing it, I was so surprised at how high the TSH was, and didn't ask about T3 or T4. Do labs automatically test T3/T4 or is that something I should ask about being done?