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Hello guys, I am already posted here before but I am starting this new discussion because only few people are responding to my old post so I will give a bit information about myself. I am a 22 year old MALE, a uni student who is struggling with day to day life. I have been feeing tired, lethargic, brain fog, difficulty concentrating, cold hands and feets etc for the last 5 years, so finally after so many blood tests and everything coming back normal, I decided to see a private endocrinologist who asked me to get a range of blood tests done, which if done privately would cost me more than £500 but thankfully by pushing my GP to the limit i got it all done at the NHS and below is the update about my blood tests. I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!!!!
As I said in my old post before I called my surgery to ask for my test result couple of days ago and they said eveything is normal. So I went down there to collect a copy of my result and guess what my T3, T4 and TSH all are normal BUT I am vitamin D deficient. My vitamin D is 21 nmol/L (Range: 80 - 150nmol/L). Is this the root cause of all my problems? Why didn't my GP call me if they saw it clearly written as Vitamin D deficient? I had a huge collection of tests but I am only putting the things abnormal and also my thyroid function (which is normal):
Serum free T4 level - 12.5 pmol/L (Range: 9 - 19pmol/L)
Serum TSH level - 2.23 mu/L (Range: 0.30 - 5mu/L)
Serum free T3 level - 4.50 pmol/L (3.25 - 6.21pmol/L)
25 OH Vitamin D - 21 nmol/L (Range: 80 - 150nmol/L) - - - - Deficient
Mean corpusc. Hb. conc. (MCHC) - 357 g/L (Range: 310 - 350g/L) - - - Higher
Serum Iron level - 35 umol/L (Range: 14 - 30umol/L) - - - Higher
Serum folate - 3.9 ug/L (Range: 4 - 18ug/L) - - - -Deficient
Serum Vitamin B12 590 ng/L (Range: 200 - 1000ng/L) - - - - -NORMAL
Can anyone give me their take on this?
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