Re: drs say this is normal
I wouldn't jump to any conclusions just yet. A TSH in that range is found in people without thyroid disease. In fact there are people who feel fine, with a TSH higher than that.
Depends on symptoms. Are you having several of the symptoms common to hypothyroidism? If that is the case, and your Doctor is not pointing to other causes, then it may be prudent to test further for thyroid disease.
The TSH test is an appropriate inexpensive first line screening test. But it is not definitive. If you do have such symptoms, the next step would be to test Free T4 and Free T4. Those are the definitive thyroid hormones.
If a diagnosis of hypothyroidism is confirmed, then you need further information to help you manage the disease, at which time TPO antibodies and TG antibodies should be tested.
My opinions only, not medical advice. Always follow advice of your Doctor, not what I say here.