Posted 2/12/2015 2:29 PM (GMT -6)
I just recently had my thyroid numbers tested and while they fall in the normal range, they fall on the low side. The neurologist who ran the tests say they are fine, but a lot of what I'm reading on the Internet (which I know could be completely wrong) is that they aren't in the optimal range despite being normal. My vitamin D is also very low Andy b12 is in the normal range, but I am considered deficient by neurological standards. (I've been taking b12 injections the last 4 months but don't have up to date results but the symptoms aren't improving) I've been treated for vit D deficiency before but for some reason my body has a hard time keeping it in the normal range once I'm off prescription medication. For the last 4 years I've jad chronic fatigue, joint pain, muscle pain and spasms, brain fog, confusion, migraines and constant headaches, dry skin, unexplained weight gain and loss, all over pain as well as a fluctuating temperature usually between 96.1 and 97.8. I have tested positive for two blood antibodies (lupus anticoagulant and anticardiopolin) as well as had a postive ANA followed by a negative. I also just recently developed anisocoria but they aren't sure what is causing it yet. Any advice would be appreciated!!
Vitamin D. 17 (ref range 30-100)
B12 316 (ref range 200-1100)
TSH 1.09 (ref range .4-4.5)
T4 1.0 (ref range .08-1.8)
T3 3.0 (ref range 2.3-4.2)