Tests

Blue indicates within clinical range, red indicates outside clinical range. (Not necessarily, however, always safe for pregnancy. For example, thyroid function needs to be closer to 2.0-2.5 for pregnancy despite wide range for “normal.”)

Thyroid Function (TSH, Free T4)

January 2008 — TSH 6.22
June 2008 — TSH 4.48
July 2011 — TSH 40.21, Free T4 0.65
November 2011 — TSH 3.98, Free T4 0.77
May 2013 — TSH 4.8, Free T4 0.74
July 2013 — TSH 3.91
September 2013 — TSH 0.8, repeat TSH 1.31
November 2013 — TSH 0.19, Free T4 1.37
February 2014 — TSH 3.08
May 2014 — TSH 3.29
June 2013 — TSH 4.04
August 2013 — TSH 2.42!!

Pituitary Function (Prolactin)

February 2014 — 38.36
May 2014 — 16.64

Folic Acid

July 20116.3
November 2011 — greater than 20

CD3 Estradiol 17 Beta Serum

February 201479

CD3 Luteinizing Hormone (LH)

February 20144.99

CD3 Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)

February 2014 — 4.03

Glucose Serum (Random, Fasting)

July 2011 — Random 83
February 2014
 — Fasting 85

Insulin Serum

February 2014 — 8.1

Lupus Anticoagulant Evaluation

February 2014 — dRVVT LA not detected, dRVVT screen 42.3, lupus anticoagulant screen 39.1, lupus anticoagulant confirmation negative

Anti-Cardiolipin Antibody (IgG, IgM)

April 2014 — IgG less than 9 (negative), IgM less than 9 (negative)

Beta 2 Glycoprotein (IgG, IgM)

April 2014 — IgG 6.4 or less, IgM 1.1 or less

Iron and Ferritin

June 2008 — iron serum 54, iron unsaturated 329, total iron binding capacity 383, transferrin saturation 14.1
July 2011 — iron serum 19, total iron binding capacity 477, transferrin saturation 4, transferrin 341, ferritin 4.1
November 2011 — iron serum 28, total iron binding capacity 414, transferrin saturation 7, transferrin 331, ferritin 3.4

Hemoglobin

February 2014 — 5.3

Kidney Function (Assorted Tests)

July 2011 — BUN 11, sodium 137, potassium 4.3, chloride 105, calcium 9.1, methylmalonic acid 0.2, creatnine 0.7, eGFR greater than 60
February 2014 —creatnine 0.74, eGFR greater than 60

Liver Function (SGPT ALT)

February 2014 — 12

DHEA Sulfate

February 2014158

Vitamin B-12

July 2011 — 160

Cholesterol

July 2011 — high density cholesterol 54, cholesterol 160,
February 2014 — high density cholesterol 53, cholesterol 179, LDL 114, Triglycerides 58

Hemogram (CBC)

July 2011 — white BCC 7.7, red BCC 4.57, HGB 11.2, hematocrit 35.1, mean corpuscular volume 76.7, mean corpuscular HGB 24.5, mean corpuscular HGB concentration 31.9, RDW 19, platelet CT 322, MPV 9.6
November 2011 — white BCC 5.2, red BCC 4.49, HGB 11.4, hematocrit 35.3, mean corpuscular volume 78.5, mean corpuscular HGB 25.4, mean corpuscular HGB concentration 32.4, RDW 17.8, platelet CT 315, MPV 9.2, granulocytes 54.6, lymphocytes 31.4, lymphocytes (absolute) 1.63, monocytes 12.4, monocytes (absolute) 0.64, eosinophils 1.1, basophils 0.5, neutrophils (absolute) 2.83
April 2013 — white BCC 5.9, red BCC 4.4, HGB 12, hematocrit 37.7, mean corpuscular volume 85.6, mean corpuscular HGB 27.3, mean corpuscular HGB concentration 31.9, RDW 15.7, platelet CT 287, MPV 9.2
May 2013 — white BCC 4.8, red BCC 4.62, HGB 12.6, hematocrit 39.9, mean corpuscular volume 85.1, mean corpuscular HGB 27.2, mean corpuscular HGB concentration 32, RDW 15.4, platelet CT 281, MPV 9
November 2013 — white BCC 6.7, red BCC 4.7, HGB 13.6, hematocrit 42, mean corpuscular volume 89.3, mean corpuscular HGB 28.8, mean corpuscular HGB concentration 32.3, RDW 14.1, platelet CT 238, MPV 9.1

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  1. Did you also get your thyroid autoantibodies checked? I had issues with an overactive thyroid a couple of years ago (it totally messed up my period) but got it fixed and have regular thyroid checks just like you. I have only ever had TSH and T4 checked but after recently reading an article on thyroid autoantibodies being strongly associated with RPL, I asked to get that checked too. I am now awaiting the results. You can have these autoantibodies but still have a normal thyroid function apparently. Let me know if you want the paper and I will send it to you xxx

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