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    To: MrP123
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    blsdnsvdd posted:
    Couldn't reply to your post so i created a discussion in order to. Can you please put your reference ranges for each test so that it will be easier to determine where you are in the range or outside of??
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    MrP123 responded:
    Hi blsdnsvdd

    Thanks for setting up a new discussion.

    Here's some of my test results and the ranges, which I should of included in my last discussion.

    TSH 2.97 mU/L (0.27 to 4.2)
    (previous test was 1.8 - three months back)
    FT3 6.0 pmol/L (3.5 to 6.5)
    FT4 19.2 pmol/L (10 to 21)
    Tesosterone 18 - 9am test (10 to 30)
    (although my previous midday test was 10.5 nmol/L)
    Oesttradiol 137 pmol/L (0 - 146, but seen lower ranges)
    SHBG 39 pmol/L (13-71)

    So, the FT3/FT4 results seem ok, strangely enough.
    I've started on a T3 supplement now (3 weeks), but it doesn't seem to be helping much either. So, frustrated at the moment.

    Any advice appreciated.





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