In some people TSH does not matter. Some people do have pituitary issues that modern medicine cant or does not explain. Thats why its often said that the freeT3/T4 is more important than TSH. These people have to experimnt, go somewhat by feel, and find a dr willing to allow this.
TSH is not a real hormone your cells use, its a signal. And it changes a lot in some people when T3/4 are the same.
FT3 and 4 are cell consumable hormones- fuel for all of your cells.
Palio, no glutan, no dairy Diet helped my hashimoto. One elevated antibody normalized after 20 years. I do feel a little better but still take thyroid med. Hashimoto symptoms go beyond the thyroid, this is ignored by modern medicine but not by natural path MD's.
Wow, your antibody normalized.. they said it is not cured even antibody normalized, did you try to stop thyroid hormone since your antibody has disappeared? what about
the ultrasound?I had BOTH high TPO antibodies and Tg antibodies. One is normal and one is still elevated per repeated testing,.... records are stashed away. So technically I still had Hashi last spring. Drs dont like repeating these, so I have to pay this next time.
Have not had a newer UltraSound yet (costly). But my hashi thyroid has been damaged for a long time, I doubt it will just heal back even if the other antibody improves. Slowing down med increase would be nice though.