Yes thermometer is accurate. My kids were just sick and running a fever and my thermometer matched reading at Drs office.
Ok looks like I need more specific labs. Totally forgot about rT3 binding.
Until I get labs done would high rT3 the be the most logical or common cause or can there be a myriad of other possibilities. Just curious being I'm not real concerned since I felt fine before and after T3 supplementation and i can still get fairly lean. It just takes a whole lot of cardio and very low calories. More effort than I think it would take others.
Labs are as follows;
TSH 2.83 range .34-5.6
T4 6.80 4.50-12.50
T3 93 70-180
Other times when I had lab work over the years the labs were almost identical with the exception of when I finished iodine protocol and my TSH was double the normal range. Thanks for the help.