Re: Some results - any input
Your numbers look good, but that doesn't mean there isn't something causing your symptoms. Have you had anti-thyroid antibodies done? My TSH and T4 were normal for years and years, while my symptoms became debilitating. I ended up disabled from my job, and suffering horribly. It wasn't until I had antibodies tested, and UltraSound, and Uptake done that the disorder could be seen - all of those tests were extremely abnormal.
Many people with high antibody titres can have debilitating symptoms, even with "normal" lab values. If you have symptoms that are consistent with thyroid disease, I URGE you not to accept these "normal" values as meaning your thyroid is fine. I did that for 15 years, and lost my home, my profession, my husband, possibility of having children, income, and more, because of the disability caused by the autoimmune thyroid disease, and the doctors failure to dx it because of their total reliance on my "normal" lab values.
Please don't let that happen to you. If you get those other tests done, and they are normal, and your thyroid is healthy as can be, then all you will be is wrong. If you dont get them done, and your thyroid was, like mine, severely diseased, then you may end up like me, and millions like me, who were mis-diagnosed for too long.
Good luck, and please keep us posted!