Re: Please help me interpret my lab results
That's an interesting interpretation of those labs. Your tsh says hyper. Your ft4 says you are euthyroid (which just means neither hyper or hypo). Before any kind of diagnosis can be made you will need a ft3 done which might settle the question. The tsh should be repeated too. The chances of you being hypo with those labs is all but nil. Perhaps she misread the doctor's writing. I've been hyper almost forever now. The nurses still sometimes read the chickscratch as hypo and it keeps ending up on my insurance forms and referrals as that.