T3, FREE 3.3 pg/ml F 1.8-4.6
T4, FREE 1.37 ng/dl F 0.9-1.7
TSH 2.080 uIU/ml F 0.27-4.2
TSH seems high, but so far, body temps look good. Should check waking AND mid-afternoon
fT3 is good, and also fT3. fT3 should support good body temps and if so, rT3 is not creating a problem.
TSH can be elevated during large doses of iodine.
Once you have done an iodine replenishment, you should drop to a maintenance dose. You could do 6.25mg once a week,
HTC is hematocrit and that looks good relative to your T levels and thus no suggestion of a low level GI bleed from digestive problems.
Cortisol seems high. What time of day was this done?
Cholesterol is fine.
Because LH levels vary a lot in time, any singe sample has limited use. That is why FSH is also requested because its levels are steadier and FSH is a better indicator of your LH status than LH itself. So we are a bit in the dark.
ALT / GPT 55 U/L F <42
AST / GOT 45 U/L F <39
I am concerned about the above.
What meds are you taking, Rx or OTC?
High alcohol consumption?
Exposure to heavy metals, chemicals or fumes?
Sugar metabolism is good!
Whatever the cause of your frequent urination, its not from diabetes.
Are you urinating more and thirsty, or just needing to empty your bladder more often.
If the later, that can be from not emptying properly. PSA does not indicate a prostate problem, but perhaps a prostate inflammation.
Have you had a urinalysis. Sample from morning when urine is more concentrated might be better.
Urologist might have best expertise in these things, but see what your other docs suggest.
Your TT and FT levels are not adequate and you do not seem to have secondary hypogonadism. Have your testes been examined. That can be simple physical exam or ultrasonic. Your observations of aching are very important. Hard to know more without FSH lab data.
Your T production is not rate limited by low DHEA.
IFG-1 is normal for your age.
Have you been expose to tick bites?
Your fatigue is not explained by low thyroid or low cortisol.
If anything, your cortisol seems a bit high.
Low T can cause brain fog and some lethargy, but perhaps not fatigue.
You should increase your vit-D3 intake. 5,000iu often suggested.
What multi-vit do you take?