TSH 7.4 and t3 t4 are normal?
babecakes072000 Asked: TSH 7.4 and t3 t4 are normal?
I have been sick since last August 2011 with all the symptoms of hypothyroidrism I am sensitive to cold it hurts me all over I hurt when warm but mainly when cold is the worst for me, constipation, fatigue, joint pain, muscles pain, dry skin, brittle hair, brittle nails and weakness.I get shaky a lot.I seen a rheautologist who said it was fibromyalgia but then she ran bloodwork and I was told I was vitamin D deficient and she put me on vitamin D2 50,000 untis for 8 weeks.My thyroid was 7.2 but she faxed that over to my doctor to handle.She also did a lot of bloodwork to rule out any rheumatic disease.Well, my primary care docotr ran the t3 and t4 said my thyroid is fine.I just went to see my GYN and he ran my TSH came back 7.4 so it went up he is now running my T3 and T4 I hope they find something so I can be treated because I am hurting I don't understand why my TSH is 7.4 and t3 and t4 keep coming back fine but yet I am having these symptoms.I was also told I was close to being b12 deficient that i would probably need shots and that is why I was hurting then my primary care doctor ran the b12, folate levels, CBC and antibody test said everything came back normal that I did not need them.I believe it is thyroid being 7.4 i should be treated I thing.I think that there noting anything because I need the freet4 and free t3 ran.
I forgot what its called but its normal to have the symptoms with no blood for a year or two before your actual period starts :3 It's your body getting ready to become a woman!
I got my period when i was 12, but i never had any symptoms or discomfort. it really does depend. For many people (like me) you have really little the first time you get it, and its really dry. Then you skip half a year or so and then ur period gets regular and more, um, liquidy? But on the other hand, other people just start of with a lot of blood. My suggestion is bring a few pads with you wherever you go (especially if you start school) so in case you do get it there won't be too much trouble. By the way, the first day of your period in a menstrual cycle doesn't have that much blood.
Just saying, 10 is relatively early to start your period, so it could later than you think
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