I was recently told that I possibly have hyperthyroidism. My lab results showed my TSH was .23 (which is lower than the standard) and my T4 Free was 1.01 (normal levels I was told are .89-1.76). I am just wondering how I could possibly have hyperthyroidism if my T4 is normal and my TSH is low? My sister has hyperthyroidism and I have been expirencing alot of problems such as, vision issues, rapid heart beat, panic feelings, anixety, stomach issues, just to name a few. Can anyone explain to me how I could possibly have hyperthyroidism without have a low/high T4 Free level? I am scheduled to go to a specialist in a month but I don't want to go if I am just going to be told that it can be normal. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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