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Old 03-08-2004, 05:58 PM   #7
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Re: newbie needing info

~ chuckle~ Meep isn't a "real" doctor, but all of us here desperately wish he were... He's so smart and helpful.

I think something is definitely going on with your endocrine system, I just can't tell you what. Your free thyroid hormones are lowish, which usually indicates hypothyroidism; but your TSH is also below range, and with hypoT it would be high, not low. That's what's confusing me.
Bumpety-bump again...