Please post your actual T3 and T4 results along with reference ranges that vary lab to lab and have to come from your own lab report. Also, please tell us if they are FREE T3 and FREE T4 or total T3 and total T4. If "free" or FT3 and FT4 are not specified, the tests are total.
Are you on thyroid meds? If so, please tell us which and your dose.
Have you been diagnosed with a thyroid disease or dysfunction?
Hi goolarra, t4 free is 0,92 (0,7-1,48) and t3 total is 0,72 (0,58-1,59). TSH is 0,11 (0,35-4,94).
I had an tryroid eco three times and size and blood irrigation is perfect. Blood test for antithyroid antibodies is: peroxides 0,1 (0-5,6) and antithyroglobuline 1,5 (0-4,1). Sorry if I have many mistakes, but this is not my language
We won't worry about language...you do very well.
Your FT4 is still a little low. Many of us find that FT4 has to be middle of the range before symptoms are totally relieved. Total T3 is considered an obsolete test. Free T3 gives much more information. However, your TT3 is also low.
Are you on thyroid medication? If so, TSH is often suppressed once on meds, and it becomes unreliable.
It looks to me like you need an increase (or to start meds if you're not on them already). Tell me what you're taking, and I'll make more suggestions.
I would get your vitamin D levels checked too.
If your level of D is low, that will make it literally impossible for you to lose weight.
According to my doctor, low vitamin D and thyroid problems have some connection and he always makes me check vitamin D along with thyroid levels.
I am not taking any medication because my Dr. is not sure about diagnose, it seems like I am hyper but due I gained weight she is confused.
In my family nobody has suffered from thyroid problems or diabetes. Thanks
Your TSH is low, but that does NOT mean that you are hypERthyroid. TSH (a pituitary hormone) can be influenced by many factors. Secondary hypOthyroidism is when the pituitary doesn't put out enough TSH to stimulate your thyroid to produce enough T3 and T4 causing those levels to be low. Your FT4 is too low in the range (it should be in the middle), and your TT3 is even lower (it should be upper half to upper third). You are hypOthyroid, and that's why you are gaining weight.
Your symptoms and your blood work are both consistent with secondary hypothyroidism. If this doctor won't treat you, then I think you ought to get a second opinion from another doctor. Even though your FT4 and TT3 are "in range", they are too low, and with your TSH so low, if you were hypER, we'd expect your FT4 and TT3 to be much higher.
Good luck on your search for another doctor.
Thanks for your advice, I will check with another doctor and keep you posted