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High Tsh High T3 High T4
T3 (liothyronine) & T4 mormal, but TSH high 24.....Can be cureable.....Can effect married life...
May be nothing: Thyroid hormone production and control are complex. If your T3 (liothyronine) and T4 levels are normal but your TSH is slightly high, it may be nothing at all. Talk with your doctor and ask about consulting with an endocrinologist if this worries you. It is unlikely this will affect your social life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Preg wife-had low TSH high t3/t4 tsabs; drs didn't treat; now has elevated liver enzymes; so, can untreated grave's dis. Cause elevated enzymes?
Miscarry last yr. now tsh4.69,t3, t4, ft3, ft4, antibody all normal. OB say I am fine to try pregnancy again with TSH high. No medicine. Is it correct?
HiTSH=hypo,hiT4 hype: Thyroid function is measured many ways. The TSH is your body's call for more hormone, so a high TSH suggests underactive thyroid, very low TSH overactive. The t4/t3 levels are measures of circulating hormone, so high T4 or T3 (liothyronine) suggest hyperthyroidism and vice versa. T4 levels can beaffected by hormones and so need to be interpreted carefully. For initial testing, the TSH alone best test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
F/u with your Dr: Asymptomatic patients with an elevated TSH, but normal thyroxine levels, are referred to as having Subacute or Subclinical hypothyroidism. There are varying recs as to whether they should be treated, especially if no symptoms. I suggest f/u with your Dr to repeat tests in 3-6 months with thyroid peroxidase antibodies (TPO), to determine if persistent and risk for developing overt hypothyroidism. ...Read more
My thyroid panel shows low T3 (liothyronine) (29), normal T4 (8.10) and high TSH 3.16. What does this mean
High TSH (mine 9.58 & standard is0.40-4.5), normal free t4(mine 0.9 & standard is0.8-1.8) or T3 (liothyronine) thyroid (mine2.8 & standard 2.3-4.2) can you help?
Any symptoms?: The elevated TSH indicates that your pituitary gland feels that your thyroid level is a little low (despite your thyroid levels being in the normal range for a population of people). This is subclinical hypothyroidism. If you have no symptoms, it is ok to recheck levels in a few months to see if they are better/worse. If you have symptoms of low thyroid, it would be reasonable to start thyroid. ...Read more
Unusual case: Hi. That is a VERY unusual lab picture, suggestive of either a TSH-secreting pituitary adenoma (you'd be hyperthyroid) or thyroid hormone resistance (thyroid hormone receptor defect...you wouldn't be hyperthyroid). To determine if you're hyperthyroid in this very rare case, you need to see an experienced endocrinologist. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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