Originally Posted by wdiguy
What are your symptoms? Your tsh looks fine but you could use a little more t3 and t4. It all depends how you feel, this could be normal for someone with no symptoms. Everyones body is different and requires more or less in my book.
I will paste my list below. You dont think the TSH seems low? Just weeks ago it was 0.37 which REALLY startled me.
List of long term symptoms:
Hx of Anxiety, SVT, Depression, Irritability, PVCs and PACs and Fatigue
(Anxiety, Tachycardia and Palpitations controlled with Klonopin and Metoprolol)
Allergies – seasonal
Highly sensitive in general – to EVERYTHING (mosquito bite gets huge and red – everything seems exaggerated) Symptoms since having child (3 years ago):
Heavy periods with clotting
Irregularity in periods
Major bloating in abdomen and chest prior to period
Very low energy levels
Increasingly severe fatigue
Hot Flashes (recent)
Increase in headaches – sinus type
Extreme difficulty losing extra 20lbs – all around waist and breast area