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LadyCeliac

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Here are my thyroid tests and results:

T4 TOTAL THYROXIN: 12.7 (H)

T UPTAKE: 0.75

FREE THYROXIN INDEX: 9.5

TSH, HIGH-SENSITIVITY: 2.978

T4 FREE: 1.31

T3 TOTAL (TRIIODGHYRONINE): 1.94 (H)

MICROSOMAL AB (ANTI-TPO AB): 18.3

I'm not sure what they all mean :(

My goodness...you are fast!

If you look at the report, the lab should give a reference range also, stating what the normal range for each test should be. Can you find and post those? Every lab has different ranges so these are important to know.

Quickly looking at what you have posted, your TSH is on the higher side. Many docs will treat the thyroid with a TSH over 2.00. I am hypo-thyroid, with symptoms, at the TSH you tested at.

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