At the present time, as the values (although on the lower side of the laboratory reference range) are within 'normal' - a doctor naturally would consider it as such - unless the clinical picture is compelling one way or the other.
Is your T3 value known? If so, please let us know.This may help us to answer your question better.
If it happens to be low, then non thyroidal illness is more likely (or, very rarely, secondary hpothyroidism).
MB BS, MS, FRCS(Edinburgh)