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Have you ever had high TSH but normal T3 and T4? If so, what did you and your dr do, if anything?

You did nothing about it.
You took thyroxine
You took iodine
You waited 6 months and got the lab work done again
You got the thyroid antibodies tested
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I'm not seeking health advice but I'm asking about people's experiences with 'subclinical hypothyroidism.'
missionfigdeluxe · 61-69, M
I was on synthroid for 17 years and it was a roller coaster up and down, I don’t want to say what I’m taking now but I’ll pm it to you, finally something that works!!
I take levothyroxine and have for years.
Nanori · 26-30, F
took thyroxine and got well after 3 months
High TSH doesn't sound subclinical.
purplepen · 46-50, F
[@868864,HannahSky] In Canada that's what category it falls into. I had a hunch to check the t3 and t4 because I waz on thyroxine for about 2 years and off it for 1.5 years. I got so hyper on levothyroxine that I dropped it and took lemon balm instead. Then the dr's secretary pressured me to go back on it, and I said I would if the t3 and t4 were low. They are perfectly normal, mid range normal. I have a hunch that my pituitary gland just hasn't caught up, so it's still trying to overwork the thyroid by sending it extra tsh.
[@658702,purplepen] it's such a finicky thing with thyroid.

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