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High TSH and T3?

From: meesh222 - 6 years 34 weeks ago

Greetings, I just found this site and am wondering if anyone can help me. My doctor tested my for hypothyroidism because of symptoms (hair loss, weight gain, feeling really hot and sick and having low temp, but also rapid heart rate), and I was told that my TSH was high (6.1) and my T3 was high (not sure which one, or the value), and now I am trying to get into to see an endo. He said usually if one is high the other one is low, so they will probably do an ultrasound. I have alot of hypo symptoms, but also a sore throat and pain in my neck (in the front)along with a rapid pulse sometimes. Does anyone know why both would be high? I was thinking that I may have hypothyroidism, but now I am not sure. I also have Ankylosing spondylitis, an autoimmune disease that affects your spine and joints (the joints fuse together), and PCOS. I am feeling really sick and extremely tired, and these symptoms and the level of muscle pain I have is out of the ordinary for me. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks

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