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My TSH levels are normal 2.84 my thyroxine free is low 0.57 what does that mean? I am pregnant what does that mean for my baby?
Repeat test: All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, the two results are not in keeping withe each other and it would be prudent to repeat the tests to ensure that the results are correct. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thyrotropin level 8.66 thyroxine.free level .68 one doc says raise Synthroid from .15 to .175 doc #2 says don't change. (thyroid removed 10+ years)?
Endocrinologist: Is one of the doctors an endocrinologist? If yes, go with that advice. I would be in favor of raising the dose since your TSH is elevated above the normal range. ...Read more
If I had low thyroxine free when I was Preggy and then my baby was born with congenital hypothyroidism should I of been treated during my pregnancy?
Have 1.4 CM nodule. New: T3 (liothyronine) total 0.89, TSH 1.57, thyroxine free 0.65. Too low? Affirma results benign 2012. Appt. Next week. Questions I should ask?
Ask about followup: If your lab and affirma (and i'll assume your basic biopsy cytology) are all negative, the other important test would be a serum thyroglobulin level, which can go up in certain thyroid malignancies. If all of that is ok, then discuss follow-up and schedule a repeat ultrasound and lab in about 6-12 mos. ...Read more
Do I have underactive thyroid? My tests says thyroid simulating hormone is 0.91mIU/L and my thyroxine free t4 is 13.6 pmol/L
Increase or decrease synth.
06/12 thyroid stim. Hormone 1.56; thyroxine free 1.8
09/12 tsh: 2.29; FSH 7.1; T4 free 1.5, T3 free 2.7; vitamin d 39 ?
T3 hyperthyroidism: or other endocrine disorders and obtain a thyroid scan. ...Read more
Does normal (1.01) "thyroxine (t4) free, direct, s, " normal (0.931) "tsh, " and low (67) "triiodothyronine (t3)" = Synthroid dose good? Or go up/down?
In July my THS was 1.54 ,in August 0.14 on dosage of 137 mcg Synthroid (thyroxine).T4 free 37pmol/L Thyroid cancer No RAI
I dont'n know what cause this big change?
Actually: in the "low" TSH "range" there is not a lot of difference in those values. You indicate that thyroid medication is being given for a thyroid cancer of some kind and that RAI has not been given. I therefore "assume that your Physician (?Endocrinologist) is trying to SURPRESS your TSH (thus the 0.14 is BETTER than the 1.54 readings!! SO IT'S NOT REALLY A "BIG CHANGE " and in fact is BETTER..!!! Z ...Read more
Do I have hashimoto's disease or not?
My Thyroxine (T4) Free 1.15 ng/dL
My T3 was 152 ng/dL
TPO Ab 91 IU/mL and
TSH 7.190 uIU/mL
Could have it but: need antibodies [antithyroid t prove, usually passes , see endocrinologist to prove it, is so very mild , doesn't look like anything to do for it ...Read more
T3 (liothyronine) uptake and T4 thyroxine and free T4 index are normal, but TSH is4.65 and per the lab that is high. The highest normal is 4.5. What does this mean?
Subclinical: Lab results are consistent with a diagnosis of subclinical hypothyroidism representing very mild and early case of hypothyroidism. I would recommend repeating your blood test first. If these results are confirmed many doctors would recommend thyroid replacement although there is some controversy about the need for treatment. If no treatment thyroid function test should be rechecked in the future. ...Read more
PTH vs TSH: Elevated PTH has to do with calcium metabolism and has nothing to do with thyroid or thyroid hormone. Ane elevated free thyroxine is significant should be associated with a suppressed or low TSH. This would suggest hyperthyroidism is occurring. PTH can be elevated for a number of reasons including a condition with the parathyroid glands. ...Read more
TSH 4.38(range .45-4.5),T3uptake 22(range 24-39),Free Thyroxine 1.6(range 1.2-4.9),T4 7.4(range 4.5-12), should I be treated?
Teen daughter hypothyroidism. TSH 173 and Free thyroxine 0.48. Currently she is on 75mcg and is 1.00 for free thyroxine and TSH 21. what is optimal ?
Improving: Thyroid levels have improved with being on levothyroxine 75mcg. She likely will need a higher dose to get the TSH down to the optimal range of around 2, but it can take a few months to normalize the TSH when it has started out this high, even if she is on the correct dose of thyroid hormone. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 27 year old male with a thyroid stimulating hormone level of 3.92 miu/l and ft4 (free thyroxine) of 1.3 ng/dl. Do I have a thyroid problem?
I got a thyroid test and need analysis of the results
Thyroxine t4 = 6.8
T3 uptake = 26
Free thyroxine index = 1.8?
All laboratory results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the tests is usually in the best position to do that. Having said that, your T4 level is normal. However, it would have been useful to have TSH level.
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