Re: Finally, all blood/urine tests in:
This is what I would do. I would go to your OB or another MD and get their lab to run a cross check since there is a lack of faith in the lab service your current MD uses.
You should get the TSH 3rd Gen
Cortisol (blood and saliva)
DHEA Sulfate (blood)
All run at 8 am fasting. The high cortisol would indicate that the Ft3 should be lower than the Ft4 in range. This isn't so.
TSH, 3rd Generation 1.53 (Range .40-4.50 mIU/L)
T4, Free 1.00 (range .8-1.8 ng/DL) - You are at 20% here.
T3, Free 3.20 (range 230-420 pg/dL) - You are at 47.36% here.
Either way you are suboptimal in thyroid function. The ACTH will tell you if you are looking at pituitary issues.. the others should give you a cross check. I woul also get antibodies rerun in a few months. Most ins co's don't let you do them more than every 3 months.
If we learn by our mistakes, I am working on one hell of an education.