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Maya12
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So 1 yr ago my tsh was at 1.5 and now it is at 0.77 is it really supposed to drop this much in a year?

Or would this possibly indicate hyperthyroidism?

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Your TSH could vary that much from hour to hour. 0.77 is totally normal and is not indicative of hyperthyroidism. I feel best when my TSH is under 1.0.
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Mine was 15.0 at one point
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@Maya12
RE: "Or would this possibly indicate hyperthyroidism?"

Do you know what your FT3 and FT4 are? That would give you a better indicator of where you are really at....

My thyroid was ablated (RAI) in 1998 before I knew I had Lyme.... my tsh is ALWAYS undetectable... I monitor by my FT3 and FT4...

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