High TSH no symptoms

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with a high TSH you would expect to feel absolutely crap, im talking a TSH reading of 100, but i have no symptoms at all and actually feel amazing. When my TSH was 0.01 for months i felt absolutely lousy.

i cant understand why im not symptomatic. seeing my GP next week, hopefully he can shed some light.

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    Why did it go from suppressed to 100. Were you overmedicated then stopped? It may take awhile to feel a tsh of 100. If you were overmedicated. T4 is important for mitochondria and energy production. too. You need your Free T3 an Free T4 levels. Some people do feel better for awhile then after weeks or months start feeling hypo. You might as well get the whole panel.

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    Why did it go from suppressed to 100. Were you overmedicated then stopped? It may take awhile to feel a tsh of 100. If you were overmedicated. T4 is important for mitochondria and energy production. too. You need your Free T3 an Free T4 levels. Some people do feel better for awhile then after weeks or months start feeling hypo. You might as well get the whole panel.

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    Why did it go from suppressed to 100. Were you overmedicated then stopped? It may take awhile to feel a tsh of 100. If you were overmedicated. T4 is important for mitochondria and energy production. too. You need your Free T3 an Free T4 levels. Some people do feel better for awhile then after weeks or months start feeling hypo. You might as well get the whole panel.

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    Why did it go from suppressed to 100. Were you overmedicated then stopped? It may take awhile to feel a tsh of 100. If you were overmedicated. T4 is important for mitochondria and energy production. too. You need your Free T3 an Free T4 levels. Some people do feel better for awhile then after weeks or months start feeling hypo. You might as well get the whole panel.

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