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TSH limit 'satisfactory'

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sammyjayneexx Tue 18-Apr-17 14:13:42

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beingsunny Tue 18-Apr-17 14:16:59

Normal range for TSH is 0.4 - 3.5... that sounds well within normal range...

beingsunny Tue 18-Apr-17 14:18:39

Have they checked your Free T3 and T4?
I'm assuming this is a thyroid issue?

sammyjayneexx Tue 18-Apr-17 14:27:10

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sammyjayneexx Tue 18-Apr-17 14:27:58

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Dustanddebris Tue 18-Apr-17 14:36:54

Poor you. flowers Can I recommend this website

There are lots of knowledgeable people on there. I am new to it all, but I think you should also ask for your vitamin D to be re-checked and possibly your B12.

beingsunny Tue 18-Apr-17 14:37:36

I have hashimotos and have quarterly blood tests, they always check those three as well as the antibody level, the TSH alone isn't a good indicator. Plus some people have more symptoms than others. I gather it's a bit hit and miss as it's often not well understood, so maybe see another doc?

If you really feel this may be what's wrong there is a book I recommend reading and you should go back to your GP armed with all the right questions and you can explain why you are asking for the tests.

sammyjayneexx Tue 18-Apr-17 16:03:29

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Dustanddebris Tue 18-Apr-17 16:26:52

Blue horizon do private blood tests by post

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