Sorry for the reason you're here but, glad you found us.
Thyroid status is always determined by looking at the actual thyroid hormone levels - FreeT4 and FreeT3.
Just because your results fall within the normal range doesn't mean they are YOUR normal.
To properly evaluate your results, we'd need to see the reference ranges.
For example, a FreeT4 level of 1.2 with a range of .8 - 1.8 would be considered a low (hypothyroid) level while the same level with a range of .61-1.12 would be considered hyper.
FreeT3 will look something like "tri-iodothyronine, free, serum" on a lab report so, please check the phrasing on your report and clarify just what was tested....and again, please supply the ranges.
Many symptoms of hyper and hypo overlap so, it's important to evaluate your labs properly.
Without a doubt, please post the actual results for the Graves' antibody test you had done (again, "normal" doesn't cut it). I hope the actual antibody test was the TSI (thyroid stimulating immunoglobulin) test since many doctors seem to think a TPOab (thyroid peroxidase antibody) test is sufficient but it isn't.
We'll look forward to hearing from you again!