My T3 is 4.9 but TSH is 0.02. What should I do? Getting no help from my doctor? I occasionally get heart palpitations as well.

Endocrinologist. Your TSH levels suggest overactive thyroid gland and it would be prudent to consult an endocrinologist.
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Probably nothing. Is that a total or free t4? A high total means nothing. On rare (very rare) occasions, people can have an abnormally high free t 4 and a normal TSH and have either secondary hyperthyroidism or central thyroid hormone resistance. But almost always if the TSH is normal the thyroid is fine. Read more...
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Depends on the lab. but if the lab values are normal... then it might not be a thyroid problem. You would expect all the labs to be abnormal and quite a bit abnormal if the condition is present for a while and serious. Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health. Read more...

I'm constantly feeling really hot in my upper body. Also have heart palpitations. My TSH is 0.65, which seem normal but just 2 months ago it was 2.2?

Need to test thyroid. You will need to test the other thyroid tests. Th e dropping of the TSH level could suggest the other thyroid tess are up which could cause the palpitations. Read more...
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Concern appropriate. important factors that can help lead to an answer to this concern are your age, family history, other problems such as hypertension, diabetes, any prior cardiac or vascular disease. It is true that heart pain can be referred to other areas, such as left shoulder, left arm, jaw, even right arm. Does it occur with activity, or stress, what relieves the ache--al important. is it a neck problem? Read more...
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