It looks like you are in the normal ranges. Congratulations. How are you feeling though?
From what I have read, the TSH might stay low for a while, while your pituitary adjusts.
I'm so glad your #s are looking good. I hope you are feeling a lot better now.
I've not had a TT, I'm on Methimazole, TT is my other treatment option.
~ Fellow GD patient diagnosed June 2012 with a non-existent TSH, elevated fT3 and fT4, and a TSI of 4.5. On Methimazole 30mg/day for the first 8 weeks. On Methimazole 10mg/day for the next 6 weeks. On Methimazole 5mg/day for a week and a half. On Methimazole 5mg every 4 days for a month. On Methimazole 2.5mg/day starting Nov 15. In Nov labs showed a normal fT4, a normal TSH, and a TSI of 3.2. As of May 2013, still taking Methimazole 2.5mg/day and labs are all normal. TSI is unknown. Diet: Gluten and yeast free. Love to read and learn. Very interested in the immune part of GD ~
Edited Carito71 (Aug. 6, 2012 12:21:35)