Labs aren't worth much without paying attention to symptoms.
Could be a good value, although it is slightly low, perhaps pointing towards hyperthyroidism, or secondary hypothyroidism.
Whether you're on any thyroid meds matter too.
Your are trending hyperT as your TSH is dropping. However the T4 may be running a bit low. What was the range? Have you been tested for thyroid autoimmune antibodies? You definitely shouldn't allow them to put you off if you start exhibiting hyperT symptoms.
If we learn by our mistakes, I am working on one hell of an education.
Your TSH should go higher as your t4 and t3 go lower, and vice versa. That's how your pituitary regulates thyroid hormone levels. It sounds like all of your numbers are low. Your doctor should probably run, along with a new TSH, a FT4 and FT3. Since your numbers are a little "weird", your doctor should probably be looking at other pituitary hormones and see if they are in line or off too. For instance, the pit. puts our ACTH to regulate the adrenals' putting out cortisol--if you would have low cortisol, that could be tested for a pit. connection. Or even having a low GH--growth hormone.