Posted 4/25/2014 3:05 PM (GMT -7)
Hi, Jenny, and welcome to HealingWell. Your lab results should show a column of "reference" numbers beside the results. Since different labs use differing measurement systems, we need to see these to help make sense of your results.
The chart I references showed these numbers:
free T3 3.5 - 6.5 pmol/L
free t4 10 - 23 pmol/L
TSH 0.3 - 5.0 U/mL
If these reference numbers match the ones on your results, that would mean your free T4 and T3 are significantly elevated, indicating hyperthyroidism and possible Graves disease of the thyroid. The TSH is a pituitary hormone that controls the thyroid's output. Because your hormone levels are quite elevated, your TSH is quite low, and that is what we would expect.
If your doctor hasn't contacted you to schedule a follow-up, you should contact him or her as soon as possible. It's best you get the diagnosis and treatment sooner than later.
Please ask if you have more questions.