Posted 8/26/2016 9:57 PM (GMT -6)
As you can see, your TSH is way low in the range, low enough to make you hypERthyroid, this is supported by your high Free T4, and I think that your Free T4 is high enough to make you symptomatically hyperthyroid.
By the way, your doctor ordered Total T3 which is considered obsolete and of little use, you need to be tested for Free T3, which measures the amount of T3 available in your blood and not attached to protein and hence the name free.
Also your symptoms are typical for hyper, I think that in the time you are waiting for the Endo - which is good that you have been referred to one - you need to get tested for Free T3 and the autoimmune antibodies which can cause hyper, there are three of them, TGab and antiTPOab for Hashimoto's which can cause both hypo and hyper, there is also the TSI which is the cause for Graves.
A thyroid and neck ultra sound would be great also to see whether you have nodules on your neck or your thyroid gland.
Best of luck,