TSH is above 1.0 suggesting that fT3 receptor activation is low.
Note that you need iodine from iodized salt and other sources and selenium, both of which can be found in multi-vits. You do not appear to be iodine deficient.
fT3 is very strong above mid-range.
fT4 is also high.
Strong fT3 and elevated TSH suggests that there is elevated rT3 [reverse T3] blocking some of the fT3 action and then we also expect to see lower oral body temperatures, see reference to that below.
If you were hyper, would expect TSH well below 1.0
Your results do not preclude a small amount of hyper with elevated rT3. There is a spectrum of possibilities.
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Evaluate your overall thyroid function by checking oral body temperatures as per the thyroid basics sticky. Thyroid hormone fT3 is what gets the job done and it regulates mitochondrial activity, the source of ATP which is the universal currency of cellular energy. This is part of the body’s temperature control loop. This can get messed up if you are iodine deficient. In many countries, you need to be using iodized salt. Other countries add iodine to dairy or bread.
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