If thyroid hormones are increased, TSH will be lower. It is a negative feedback system.
You need more T3, uUI/ml not on that reference that you linked.
Are units here "T3 1,41uUI/ml " correct or should be
fT3 is the active hormone and has not been tested, and should be mid-range
When taking T4 meds, some do not convert fT4-->fT3 properly
Body temperature indicates that fT3 is low, or rT3 is blocking fT3.
If fT3 is mid-range and body temperatures are low, we suspect rT3.