Okay, well the .09 TSH explains why your doctor doesn't have you on any more than 75 mcgs of thyroid med! LOL Clinically, that's hypERthyroid, girl!
If you are fasting and you've taken your thyroid medicine 90 minutes beforehand, then your FreeT4 should be at its peak. But that shouldn't effect your TSH. TSH usually takes anywhere from 4 - 10 weeks to change and remain constant... with 6-8 weeks being the usual time, so a bump up in your free Ts shouldn't make a 9 point difference.
Are you taking Metaformin by any chance, or are you diabetic?
Do you have your Free Ts from the time your TSH was .09?
Where you fasting when your TSH this time came in at 9.80?
When did you take your thyroid hormone pill this time?
I'd like to get answers to these questions before speculating, if that's okay!
Oh, and don't forget to write on all your labs:
1. when you took your meds,
2. time your blood was drawn
3. whether or not were fasting,
4 .how much you weigh,
5. any problems you're currently having,
6.supplements or other medications your taking,
on the back of your labwork so that you can place your lab results in context of your entire health profile for reference later. Over time you may start seeing patterns, especially if your TSH is all over the place!
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