Thanks for posting your query.
With the available symptoms and attached blood reports, there appears to be partially controlled hypothyroidism
(as you have elevated TSH
above normal reference range).
Weight gain may be a sequel of partially treated disease.
Hypothyroidism is associated with weight gain with pressure on weight bearing joints so your weight must be in controlled range otherwise you may face joint aches.
You should consult with your treating doctor/ internal medicine specialist or endocrinologist
and should go for thorough check up.
Your conditions needs higher dosage of L-Thyroxine
Few dietary restrictions are also required: avoid cauliflower, capsicum, cabbage, broccoli and lettuce.
Its very difficult to comment that after correction of TSH, your weight may be reduced as increased weight may have multiple causes.
You should perform increased physical activity with dietary restriction.
Dr. Mayank Bhargava