Re: How am I looking Overall
It's very hard to comment about labs without seeing the ranges.
I do believe that "non-thyroid" labs within the ranges of normal are fine. For the one item that is slightly below-range, I doubt it is of much concern. I usually Google any labwork that is questionable to me so I can even figure out what was measured and what any implications there might be.
For thyroid labs, each of us has his/her own "normal" within the ranges of normal...so it makes sense to look at those labs more closely.
Now, for the T4 & T3 labs - are those "Free" results? Those are really the only labs that give accurate information. "Plain" T4/T3 levels are measurements of both the bound and unbound thyroid hormones - the bound ones are useless so it is better to get measurements of the hormones that are fully available (aka "free") to meet the body's needs.
Also, please always post the ranges for thyroid labs since they vary from lab to lab and by geographical area.
No matter what, your TSH level is too high - healthy people have TSH .3 - 1.0 so I suspect your thyroid hormone levels are still too low for your body's needs.
Dx'd Graves' June 2007..used ATD's, achieved remission Nov '09....went hypo Mar '10