Re: lab results...what's this mean?
The labs are not ideal. Coupled with your symptoms, it's clear some changes needed to be made. Congrats on having a smart MD who let you try Armour.
The free T3 would've been better. Doctors order the total T3 either (A) to save the insurance company money or (B) because they think it's the better test. No matter for you. You seem to have a good MD willing to work with you. That's more than half the battle.
Hope the Armour is the answer for you.
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