So my Dr. is so for sure I have hyperthyroidism says I fit it to a T but my blood work isn't showing it. My T3 was abnormally low and my T4 was normal. I am going in for a Thyroid Sono Friday. I want to almost bet money it comes back normal too. I have all the classic symptoms of Hyperthyroidism, but my blood work isn't showing it. I'm 21 5'6" and im only 90lbs. I have low blood pressure rapid pulse, difficulty sleeping, anxiety, fine brittle hair, and waky periods. My Dr is so confused because my blood work isn't coming back to show the same. Could I still have Hyperthyroidism with my blood work the way it is?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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