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55 my tosh is 0.54Hi, I just got my labs back and my. Free

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55 my tosh is 0.54Hi, I just got my labs back and my. Free t4 is 1.5
JA: Have you seen a doctor about this yet? What medications are you taking?
Customer: Sorry , free t4 is1.5 tsh is 0.54, and cortisol is 6.0. I had radioactive iodine in late October. My endocronologist says I'm in normal range, why don't I feel good and why do my feet hurt and my hair falling out?
JA: When was the last time you had your levels checked? Have you noticed any weight loss or weight gain?
Customer: Weight gai, and im on levithyroxone 150
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Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. Thomas, MD replied 3 months ago.


You are in the perfect range.

This is not thyroid.

If you are male, and aging, this can account for hair loss.

If you do not feel well, hormonally, sex hormone imbalance can be the reason, male or female.

We can not tell you what is wrong with you, of course, since we can not examine you or to desting.

But if you think it is hormonal, as your endocrinologist to check a sex hormone panel and SHBG.

There are many reasons you can have these symptoms....not just hormones.

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Expert:  Nadim Al-Mubarak replied 3 months ago.


  • You thyroid is within normal range. Your symptoms are unlikely to be hormonal and we should not discount the judgement of your endocrinologist. He/She are in a better position than we are assessing your symptoms from the hormonal point of view. We are not in a position to give him advise. However, you can ask him this question, above, during your next office visit with him
  • You should also check with your family doctor regarding these symptoms, your feet and your fatigue. There are many other reasons and causes for these symptoms, like Vit D deficiency, arthritis etc. You family doctor should be able to help you with this

Best wishes

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