TSH 1.9 .45-4.5 NORMAL
T3 33 24-39 NORMAL
T4 6.6 4.5-12.0 Normal
TSH 1.9 .45-4.5 NORMAL
T3 31.3 27.5-32.5 NORMAL
T4 Free 2.57 1.9-3.4 NORMAL
T4 Total 8.2 4.5-12.5 Dead Center Normal
Clearly not my problems so I don't care how many T's are tracked.
I halted lifting and protein for days before tests, repeated tests and started involving my doctors because the numbers were not going down for kidney nor liver. Serum Uric Acid, Urea in urine, BUN and Creatine were all flagged high and were at the highest in 10 years of labs. Liver AST/ALT are normally 30's or lower and suddenly were in the 80's.
I lifted a lot before the latest round of tests and ate high protein because the tests were an add-on while in Boulder for dental work, it was convenient since I work in Denver. The numbers were much lower despite that.
My kidneys have to be watched because I take medication for a disease and convinced my doctor to switch the medication which can be hard on the kidneys. The GI said to continue the meds. The GP is discouraging high protein. I asked specifically if it was just driving the numbers higher or doing real damage and he said high protein can damage the kidneys.
Unless you have an auto-immune disease called Ulcerative Colitis I do not need any lecturing from you on my diet. It is a very complicated problem but the answer to your 'bet' is that I consume a lot of yogurt and keefir on a daily basis. Now that these problems are a non-issue I need to check my platelet count because the compilation of bloodwork over 10 years shows me that a platelet count above 500 always precedes massive internal bleeding and hospitalization. Each time this occurs in the months July-September. No problems now for 12 months and I aim to keep it that way. I am just wasting my time here. Apparently nobody else had any problems with liquid anastrozole quality so this was merely from sloppy usage or something about it just disagrees with my system. I can return to pill form or skip it as I do not seem to need it. Besides, getting buff and lean are secondary to remaining alive and raising my child. A 64k trip to the ICU for a week last year with a UC related stroke that nearly killed me shines the light on what is important and what is not. This is not.