It all depends on what your FT3 and FT4 is, and where they fall in the test range. Being told your levels are normal doesn't sound right considering how high your TSH is. With that level of TSH, your FT3 and FT4 are probably not in the optimal levels for their ranges. T3 is not usually the first medication prescribed, it is usually T4. Why were you prescribed T3, which brand and how much are you taking? If you are having those symptoms, the medication is not right for you.
What is most important are your FT3 and FT4 levels, and your symptoms. That combination is what determines the medication you should take.
Hashi's, low C3, H63 het, high TNF-a, low CD57 (Lyme neg), MTHFR 1298 het
Microscopic blood urine since 90's. Why?
'17-Trying to figure what's wrong w/my swollen finger joints, pains, stiffness, muscle spasms and pains elsewhere that come+go. Neg: RF, ANA, Sjogren's. Was recently told by a specialist that my hands are osteoarthritis, and fibro, but I don't have those symptoms.