Re: Results - Help
Antibodies in the high hundreds and multiple nodules - That's Hashimoto's - No "thinking" about it. The antibody activity can cause the nodules, but otherwise, don't cause the other symptoms. The hypothyroidism causes them.
Your labs appear suggestive that your dose might have been a little too high. If you felt well with them there, then I'd say not. But since you apparently didn't feel well with them there either, some evaluation of the situation is probably a good thing.
Being off thyroid hormone altogether for longer than about 6 weeks is probably a bad idea, though. How long is the endo's experiment set to run? What's his plan after that?
To know whether you're dealing with Graves', you MUST have a TSI antibody test. The radiography is okay as far as it goes, but it's outdated for diagnosis of Graves'. The TSI is more accurate. Insist on it.
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