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A 24-year-old male asked:

Antitgo antibodies are"too low to be detected", antitpo 40, tsh 0.99, ft3 2.64, ft4 1.41.is that antitpo alone a problem?and tgo too low to be detected?!

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Dr. Sumana Gangi
Endocrinology 24 years experience
Anti tpo: Elevated anti-TPO means you have hashimoyoes.. Your thyroid levels are very good. Recommended to have your thyroid tested atleast once a yr. Anecdotal evidence suggests gluten free diet helps to lower antibodies.

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Last updated Feb 18, 2015

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