Re: Please help interpret labs...ty
Because of the elevated T3, it's not unreasonable to wait until your next visit, have labs done, then see where you are. However... It appears that it was your total T3 that was tested, not free T3? If you take estrogen in the form of birth control or for other reasons, that might elevate thyroid binding globulin, which would cause a false elevation of total T4 and/or total T3. The free T3 and free T4 tests are the ones that must be used to monitor blood levels.
That said, your TSH seems too high for someone taking Armour. The optimal dose of natural thyroid suppresses TSH far below 1. My own TSH hasn't been above .02 for nearly 10 years. The TSH test becomes moot for us folks, and it should never be used as the guide to optimal natural hormone dosage.
You are still in the titration process on natural hormone, so you may have to be patient until you get everything adjusted just right. It takes time, so be prepared not to feel completely yourself for a while.
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