You may be normal. Te TSH standards vary a lot from lab to lab and country to country
I think either the UK and/or Australia have recently set recommendations to .02 to 2.0 and you are close to the bottom.
It is important to make sure though so have them run antibody test and rerun the TSH and free T3 Free T4
Also have your adrenals tested as TSH is generated by the pituatary I believe and an adrenal problem can mimic a thyroid problem.
Avoid coffee and other stimulants if you can and drink herbal teas with licourice and ginger in them
Lots of thyroid support groups on Yahoo groups who may be able to help.
Lots of info on the internet
Do not let anyone panic you into drastic treatment involving radiation and/or surgery without researching thoroughly as most doctors do not really seem to understand the thyroid.
Also many women have pregnancy related thyroid problems that dissapear on their own. The most important thing is keeping on top of the situation.