TSH level 200` An_242065 posted: I have been on 100 of zynthroid for three and a half months, and got my tsh tested and was over 200. My dr. took a look at me and asked me how I was standing. Truthfully, I feel like death. all i want to do is sleep, I am overly moody, brain fog, memory... and the list goes on.
Since delivering over 4 months ago, I have had extreme fatigue, hair loss, chills, dry itchy skin, SEVERE intestinal/gas issues, extreme moodiness and more. I talked to my ob/gyn about it and she ordered a TSH and T4. The results were: TSH: 202.694 T4: 0.25 I know that the TSH is extremely high. The ob/gyn told me to let my endo know and she ...
With a TSH over 200 is it normal to feel normal? NO, of course it isn't but.... My Aunt's friend came into town this weekend and my Aunt and I started talking about our thyroid issues. Well, her friend pipes up and says that she is on natural thyroid for her hypo. Synthroid didn't work for her so she is
Don’t be alarmed my TSH was off the scale and was over 200. (They don’t really measure above that) as I had been Hypothyroid for so long...The doc can only increase your thyroxin slowly as it can harm you if it is increased too quickly, I was on 200mg but have now settled back to 175 mg, also be aware that your cholesterol may be high mine was 10.6 at one stage but is now back to under 5.
Subject: Re:Anyone here have super high TSH (Thyroid) - over 100? Anonymous The normal range for TSH is a low of .3-.5 (depending on the doctor, the latest study, etc) and a high of 3.0-5.5 (again, depending on who you ask.
A TSH, or thyroid-stimulating hormone, level of 100 is very high, and it rests well above the normal range of 0.4 to 4.2 microunits per milliliter for healthy adults. A level of 100 even greatly surpasses expected TSH levels for newborns, which reach up to 39 microunits per milliliter. A TSH level of 100 results from hypothyroidism.
TSH is a hormone that controls thyroid gland activity. It’s typically used as a marker of thyroid health, but what are normal TSH levels? This article explores what your levels should be and how it relates to hypothyroidism. Note that each section in this article has a ‘summary’ box (like this one) to save time.
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