Hyperthyroidism symptoms?

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hi , i have been experiencing hyperthyroidism symptoms for the past year and a half and my last thyroid test was done in march 2019 my tsh was 0.72 , is it possible to experience a lot of hyperthyroidism symptoms with that tsh? i am going for another thyroidtest within this week

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    Hi Henloc,

    According to your test result, T3 and T4 numbers seem too high (what's the normal "range"?) that's the fact you have been experiencing hyperthyroidism symptoms (although your TSH number is still above low limit... what is the trend of your tests?)

    I would suggest you talk to your endo mentioning all the symptoms you suffer and ask if treatment is needed even TSH is still normal. Best wishes.

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    what symptoms do you have? No matter what my levels are I always have different symptoms. My symptoms are shaking and nausea, and brain fog an memory loss.

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    you will have to check what you t 3 and t4 levels are , I had mine removed last month and my thyroid numbers were all over the place so seen a surgeon and had it removed so no issues so far and at the same time got rid of my graves disease as well sorry I could not help but for having probs that long I would consider it be removed

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    you will have to check what you t 3 and t4 levels are , I had mine removed last month and my thyroid numbers were all over the place so seen a surgeon and had it removed so no issues so far and at the same time got rid of my graves disease as well sorry I could not help but for having probs that long I would consider it be removed

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