My T3 (liothyronine) and T4 are low value from normal range i.e. 0.63 and 6.51 and TSH is normal what can I do?

On your way to hypot. The TSH is inversely related to the free T4 and free t3;the fact that your TSH is normal when your free T4 is low tells me that your pituitary gland is not responding. You will have to probably go on some supplementation. See your doctor as soon as possible.

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