What to do if I have high T3 (liothyronine) and T4 thyroid results but no thyroid disorder?

Consult Endocrinolog. If your T4&T3 is high that means you have either problem with your Anterior Pituatary or Thyroid gland Consult an Endocrilogist.
Need TSH. The TSH level is the best indicator of your actual thyroid function. If normal, you likely do not have a thyroid problem. If you are on birth control pills, this can cause high T4 and T3 (liothyronine) levels even though the TSH is normal and there is no thyroid problem.

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High T3 (liothyronine) and T4 thyroid results but no thyroid disorder. Is this normal?

Check free T4. The most common cause for having a high total T4 and T3 (liothyronine) level, with a normal tsh, is being on a birth control pill. Being on a birth control pill raises binding proteins that affect thyroid levels, but the biologically active thyroid level remains normal. This is best measured by a free T4 level. Read more...

Can thyroid disorder make me exosted during pregnancy. I'm 25 weeks and just got my test result TSH low 0.29and T4 13.1and T3 (liothyronine) 198 high.

Consider followup. Based on the results you reported, you are actually hyperthyroid. If you are on thyroid replacement, you are likely overreplaced. However, it may be limited to interpret the labs accurately if you are take Cytomel (liothyronine) or T3 preparations. Your exhaustion is unlikely to be related to your current thyroid levels. Hypothyroid may make someone fatigue but hyperthyroid state does not. Read more...

Could my thyroid disorder cause me to get constipated my T3 (liothyronine) is 72 and normal range is 87 to 179. It comes and goes also.

Unlikely, DiffIssues. While the thyroid hormone system, controlled from the hypothalamus of the brain, affects many hidden internal issues, the odds that it is a controlling factor in constipation, esp. that varies, is very unlikely. Food choices, hydration, delaying defecating until convenient, lack of physical activity & nervous system control of bowels are likely vastly more powerful issues for constipation. Read more...