T3 low, TSH up.
Have you been using iodized salt to support thyroid hormone production?
Thyroid is not fine, T3 well below mid-range.
Eval overall thyroid function by checking oral body temperatures as per the thyroid basics sticky.
Ferritin high: Avoid supplements that list iron and iron fortified bread, cereals, pasta etc
Haemochromatosis may present with the following clinical syndromes:
Cirrhosis of the liver: Varies from zonal iron deposition to fibrosis (cirrhosis).
**Diabetes** due to selective iron deposition in pancreatic islet beta cells leading to functional failure and cell death.
Arthritis, from calcium pyrophosphate deposition in joints. The most commonly affected joints are those of the hands, particularly the knuckles of the second and third fingers.
Bronzing of the skin. This deep tan color, in combination diabetes from damage to the pancreas, is the source of a nickname for this condition: **"bronze diabetes"**.
Joint pain and bone pain
I think that your very low T is thinning your blood, as expected, and masking the effects of too much iron.
Vitamin D: as discussed above
Glucose-127 was fasting?
Get A1C tested if you were fasting, otherwise you need to get fasting glucose tested!
Concern is diabetes
You really need to look into this ferritin issue. TRT will ramp up RBC and hematocrit may get high.
First, get a repeat lab for ferritin to know that you are not chasing something that is not there.
- Take action on ferritin, read the Wikipedia page.
- Explain glucose fasting or not.
- Repeat labs for ferritin, fasting glucose and A1C
Iron overload can also affect thyroid.