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A 28-year-old female asked:

Cortisol 22mcg/dl and acth plasma 22 pg/ml morning (@8:30am), tsh-4.26, ft3- 2.34, ft4-1.03, insulin-11uiu/ml, avg glu-100. fatigue, tired, f 28yrs ?

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Dr. Vahe Yetimyan
General Practice 51 years experience
Mild or borderline: underactive thyroid. Your doctor can prescribe you synthryoid pill to raise your free t4 up to 10 from 1.03. Your fatigue and tiredness may go away hopefully after that. Other values are not that bad tsh may be little elevated according to some labs. Ft3 is little high. Insulin and blood sugar ok. So, get the prescription for synthyroid pill from your doctor and start taking.

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