Re: Low Free T4, "normal" TSH
You do sound like hypo, and may need to re-check the tests in 2-3 months, along with T3 (better Free T3, but if the doctors are strongly reluctant to test free T3, at least total T3 is needed, + TSH + Free T4). If the numbers are the same (not better), it would suggest taking medication. Sometimes "top" doctors are not really the best. They may be too busy, having too many patients already, large practice, long wating time etc. Often, you may want just to find "your" endo or GP, and work with them.
Last edited by Summer2928; 12-02-2009 at 06:39 AM.