Tsh borderline results

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I received my lab results my tsh was 0.353 and it said on the blood test it was low ..I feel all the symptoms but my dr wants to wait another 3 months to give me my medication .. does anyone know if that’s a borderline high or high? Thank you 

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    Have you had your FT4 measured?

    Your TSH is low, but only just.

    Antithyroid medication is strong and can have horrible side effects. This is why they’re being cautious, they only want to put you on it if your really do need it.

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    I would insist on your meds and he SHOUKD send you to an Endocrinologist .. chi knows exactly what’s wrong with you .

    I took them and it brought me to Euthyroid ..quickly 

    I had NO  bad effects at all

    So you could be the same 

    IF you feel ill .... go back !

    And  INSIST  he helps you 

    It’s his duty !

    Mx🌹

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    Each lab has different ranges for low and high.  A lot of labs ranges are from 0.40 to 5.00.  If you are having symptoms, I do think you need something.  You might want to try regular L-carnitine  at a dose of 3,000 mg per day.  It raised my TSH from less than 0.001 to 0.12.  However, I was on Methimazole at the time at 10 mg with a TSH of  less than 0.001 and I have always used L-Carnitine with a low dose of meds.  I would not let that ride though if you have symptoms.  Go to an Emerg Dept.  They might start you on meds because you have symptoms.
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    Could you tell us your free t3 and free t4 levels please 
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    My TSH level was 0.01 almost 8 years  ( Graves' disease ) 

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    Low TSH symptoms : fast heart beats or palpitations ,shortness of breath ,anxiety ,difficulty concentrating ,shakiness ,tremor ,feeling warm and increased sweating ,muscle weakness or twitching 
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