Indeed, but plenty of other TSH levels that are normal. I think there is a congenital condition that caused something to go wrong with my hypothalamus. Crazy sleep patterns, sweating, thermal dysregulation, mood disorders, hypothalamus is the master regulator and I’ve never been in homeostatis my entire life.
My sister had early closure of the skull when she was a baby, a protruded lower jaw, widely spaced teeth, bicornuate uterus…and I have widley spaced teeth, prodtruded lower jaw, large nose, endocrine issues.
Something is F’ed with the way my face formed and my hypothalamus is shrekt which caused endocrine issues. Kallmann syndrome and normosmic congenital hypogonadotropic hypogonadism are usually associated with midline facial defects. My sisters condition is associated with FGFR2 mutations, FGFR1 mutations in men produce Kallmann syndrome or ncHH. The fact we both have issues indicative of an FGFR mutation is pretty telling I think.