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Causes Of Low Antithyroid Peroxidase Level
Hi antithyroglobulin 1361 (range 116) antithyroid peroxidase 678 (range 10) please explain what this means. Thank you ?
It: Means that you have antibodies that may alter the activity of your thyroid. Hashimoto thyroiditis is one. ...Read more
My antithyroid peroxidase is 10 and my anti thyroid globulin was 23 is that within the normal range?
I am on Synthroid (thyroxine) 0.1mg. Recent blood work showed normal TSH, free T4 but antithyroid peroxidase antibody was 451. Should I be concerned?
My Thyroid peroxidase level came back as a 33 highest number on the reference range before abnormal. All other TSH etc normal. Can this cause insomnia?
Thyroid peroxidase: An elevated anti-TPO antibodies could indicate Hashimoto's thyroiditis. However, it is not clear that yours are actually elevated. If the TSH is normal, it is unlikely that this is affecting you; maybe these are perimenopausal sx. Even if the anti-TPO were elevated, that would indicate an autoimmune process is underway, but it may take years for it to cause actual hypothyroidism. ...Read more
Lab results as follows: ANA w/titre and pattern 1:320 and thyroid peroxidase ab 484.0....Are the two related? Would hashimoto's cause high ANA level?
Tsh w/reflex to ft4 level is low at .07
T4, FREE Level is with in range at 1.5
Thyroid peroxidase antibodies level high at 18
I had my thyroid removed 9 months ago due to cancer and am taking levothyroxin 125. With my latest blood results should I be con
Post op thyroid: Surgery for cancer the replacement thyroxine should be dosed sufficient to keep TSH low to avoid stimulating any tumor remnants. Most Endocrinologists advise suppressing tsh for about 5 years. Thyroglobulin levels and antibodies should also be measured. Your TSH level appears adequately suppressed. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Is there any cure if your thyroid levels are normal but u have extremely high thyroid peroxidase and a goiter with nodules?
No cure: However, you have hashimoto's and may become hypothyroid in the future. Have yearly check of the TSH or more frequently if you plan to get pregnant! TSH levels should be under 2.5 - 3.5 non pregnant. "normal" tshs of 4 or 5 are not normal. ...Read more
My thyroid peroxidase level was 111 in march and now is at 144, what do I do and what is the problem, I am on levothyroxine .88 mg?
Thyroid antibodies: The presence of anti-thyroid peroxidase antibodies signals the presences of autoimmune thyroid disease. This is often, but not always, associated with underactivity of the thyroid. The change in level of the antibodies does not have any real significance; what is important is that your dose of thyroid hormone replacement results in your having a normal TSH level. ...Read more