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had more labs done this week and my blood platelet count is pretty high and scored at 401, would that indicate an infection? do i need thyroid supplements? im 35, weight is 190, height 5'11? if somebody can somebody help me with my thyroid review then id greatly appreciate it because my symptoms are extreme brain fog fatigue, feeling spaced out, sometimes body temperature fluctuating between hot and cold, ringing in ears, visual snow, and crawling sensations

thyroid panel:

TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3), FREE 08/14/2018 (#29112, Final, 08/13/2018 11:21am)
Report Result Ref. Range Units Status Lab
TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3), FREE 3.7 2.0-4.4 PG/ML Final 01
RESULT NOTE FASTING YES

TSH 2.070 0.450-4.500 UIU/ML Final 01
T4,FREE(DIRECT) 1.38 0.82-1.77 NG/DL Final 01
RESULT NOTE FASTING YES

my cbc metabolic blood test at the link below

cbc/cmp metabolic

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Lyme & co is known to thicken our blood. Please research some more natural ways of keeping your blood flowing. Sluggish blood equals sluggish nutrition, oxygen, etc getting to the cell levels.

On thyroid, the tests you had done are not a complete picture of how your thyroid & it's hormones are functioning. But looking at those results, there's nothing that looks as if your thyroid is struggling.

Your age is only 35 but I would say you feel 80. I know you are not finding a LLMD that you can afford. Is your primary doctor working with you on trying to help you at all?

Have you done any research on this site about herbals to take to combat and try killing? They are taken in drops, small dosages to start and working up.

Have you had blood work for things insurance will pay for, like Epstein Barr Virus(EBV), HVV6, mycoplasma, Chlamydia, Rickettsia?

Pam

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quote:
Originally posted by map1131:
Lyme & co is known to thicken our blood. Please research some more natural ways of keeping your blood flowing. Sluggish blood equals sluggish nutrition, oxygen, etc getting to the cell levels.

On thyroid, the tests you had done are not a complete picture of how your thyroid & it's hormones are functioning. But looking at those results, there's nothing that looks as if your thyroid is struggling.

Your age is only 35 but I would say you feel 80. I know you are not finding a LLMD that you can afford. Is your primary doctor working with you on trying to help you at all?

Have you done any research on this site about herbals to take to combat and try killing? They are taken in drops, small dosages to start and working up.

Have you had blood work for things insurance will pay for, like Epstein Barr Virus(EBV), HVV6, mycoplasma, Chlamydia, Rickettsia?

Pam

i already was screened for the epstein barr recently and nothing was found there but my doctor switched my anti anxiety meds to both pristiq and lamictal to hopefully address the racing mind and conquer the depression even though i feel the exact opposite since starting those and the brain fog is becoming more difficult to withstand not to mention the derealization has really ramped up in intensity but i go back to my doctor next week so ill hopefully get more tests ordered then
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