Re: What should my free t3, free t4 and tsh be?
Thank you so much for your replies. My endo had actually lowered my dose a few weeks ago after my TSH went to .21 and my free T4 was 1.3. He told me to keep taking my 112 mcg of Synthroid but only 6 days a week instead of 7. I will go back to taking it daily and recheck my labs in a month or so. I went to see an oncologist today at the urging of my endo because he said my symptoms (night sweats, weight loss, hair loss and bruising were not my thryoid and referred me on to her.) She did a full exam, looked over all of my labs and said that she thinks I still have thyroid issues and that since my endo was not treating me as such she was going to go home this weekend and do some research and get back to me. She said she can tell that something is wrong by my 20 lb weight loss, fatigue, bruising, etc but she really suspects an endocrine disorder, however she agreed to help me figure it out even though its not her specialty. I just don't know where else to turn. I cannot lose any more weight, I am 5'8 and only 101 lbs. I hate the way I look, I am weak, normal things like playing with my children wipes me out because I am just so tired all of the time. I can't wait until someone figures out what is going on.