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Does blood test for thyroid function show hormone irregularities?

Does blood test for thyroid function show hormone irregularities?

Only thyroid: If the only hormone measured was thyroid, then that is the only hormone abnormality that would be detected. ...Read more

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Hormone (Definition)

A hormone (from greek ὁρμή, "impetus") is a chemical released by a cell or a gland in one part of the body that sends out messages that affect cells in other parts of the organism. Only a little amount of hormone is required to alter cell metabolism. In essence, it is a chemical messenger that transports a signal from ...Read more


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Tiny adrenal tumor, h cortisol, h testosterone, h creatinine, h dheas, fast gluc 106. Hysterectomy, thyromegaly Will metformin reduce testosterone?

Tiny adrenal tumor, h cortisol, h testosterone, h creatinine, h dheas, fast gluc 106.   Hysterectomy, thyromegaly
Will metformin reduce testosterone?

Hormones: Metformin medicine that keeps your blood sugar under control should not have an effect on testosterone. That said, too much metformin will likely lower your testosterone. Are you checking your blood sugar regularly? Please let me know how things are going. ...Read more

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Which test showsa woman's estrogen levels?

Which test showsa woman's estrogen levels?

Estrogen levels: A simple blood test will give you the levels but you must be aware that the levels are not constant during a menstrual cycle. You doctor will explain this and also might suggest that you take your temperature every so often during a month. ...Read more

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Will thyroid hormones or antithyroid medications interfere with a tc99m pertechnetate thyroid scan?

Will thyroid hormones or antithyroid medications interfere with a tc99m pertechnetate thyroid scan?

Not usually: Technetium is usually trapped by thyroid gland and used to determine in young children and infants the configuration of thyroid gland, hypoplasia, absence, or increased size or hyperplasia, or abnormal location. Radioactive iodine is used in older patients for determine function of thyroid gland, increased function or hyperthyroiidism or decreased function, hypothyroidism. ...Read more

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Endo just ordered T3 (liothyronine) today; Cortisol a.m.25.5(6.2-19.4); FSH 169.7(25.8-134.8)-is FSH diagnostic in a post oophorectomy patient?

Endo just ordered T3 (liothyronine) today; Cortisol a.m.25.5(6.2-19.4); FSH 169.7(25.8-134.8)-is FSH diagnostic in a post oophorectomy patient?

It just confirms: what you already knew, that you've had your ovaries removed and your body is attempting to stimulate them, which is impossible to do since they're gone. It's a worthless test in you. ...Read more

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My thyroid test shows thyroxine 13.3 microgram %, tri iodo thyroxine 1.81 ng/ml thyroid stimulating hormone 1.8 uIU/ml. Is there any problem?

My thyroid test shows thyroxine 13.3 microgram %, tri iodo thyroxine 1.81 ng/ml thyroid stimulating hormone 1.8 uIU/ml. Is there any problem?

Thyroid tests: These appear to be normal values, but you did not provide the normal values: the normal range varies from one lab to another. If they're normal, then you are not hyper or hypo thyroid. But why were these tests performed? This needs to be interpreted by whomever ordered these tests. ...Read more

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Can a 24 urine cortisol test reliably rule out adrenal insufficiency? At what cortisol level?

Can a 24 urine cortisol test reliably rule out adrenal insufficiency? At what cortisol level?

Most helpful test: The 24 urine cortisol testing is one of the most sensitive tests and gives a better picture over the course of the day instead of just getting a sample from you a single time. There are blood tests and saliva tests which can be falsely be falsely elevated or falsely low depend L depending on your other medications and the time the test is performed. The best is to see an endocrinologist to help. ...Read more

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What is my dr testing for with these tests? Gastrin, tryptase, calcitonin, chromogranin a. Histamine, 5-hiaa, cortisol, free, 24hr urine

What is my dr testing for with these tests? Gastrin, tryptase, calcitonin, chromogranin a.     Histamine, 5-hiaa, cortisol, free, 24hr urine

Neuroendocrine tumor: Don't know for sure, but it looks like your doc is checking for a neuroendocrine tumor - one that secretes hormones that might be the cause of your diarrhea. He/she's also checking for a rare type of thyroid cancer, which is also hormonally active (you've had prior thyroid cancer) and can be seen in patients with other neuroendocrine tumors. Discuss with your doc for more exact explanation. ...Read more

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What's luteinizing hormone LH deficiency from--menopause?

What's luteinizing hormone LH deficiency from--menopause?

Not deficient: Lh deficinecy does not go with menopause; in fact lh levels get very much higher during and after menopause. ...Read more

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Total thyroidectomy in april for papillary cancer. Current Synthroid (thyroxine) dose is 100mcg. Tsh is 0.12. Doctor ordered FSH day 3, will i ovulate?

Total thyroidectomy in april for papillary cancer. Current Synthroid (thyroxine) dose is 100mcg. Tsh is 0.12. Doctor ordered FSH day 3, will i ovulate?

Possibly: Usually a TSH of 0.12 will not inhibit your ovulation. Although its low and your endocrinologist might decide to adjust you medications this level should not affect ovulation. ...Read more

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What might expln: tsh:2.475, t3:3, t4:1.1, testo.F:1.8, test.T:38 similarly fsh, lh, 17hydrox all normal -but sex hormone binding globulin elevated at 184?

What might expln: tsh:2.475, t3:3, t4:1.1, testo.F:1.8, test.T:38 similarly fsh, lh, 17hydrox all normal -but sex hormone binding globulin elevated at 184?

Need reverse T3 (liothyronine): Just commenting on the thyroid labs: i think you may have a slight hypothyroid problem, but hard to tell without complete labs. Is the T3 (liothyronine) a total or free? Also reverse T3 (liothyronine) needs to be done to know for sure. ...Read more

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How reliable is a blood test for menopause hormone levels?

How reliable is a blood test for menopause hormone levels?

Clinical diagnosis: Menopause is a clinical diagnosis supported by lab tests in a limited manner. The blood tests are reliable for what they test for but interpretation of the results requires the expertise of a physician. ...Read more

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Normal lab results, hyper thyroid symptoms. (tachycardia/insomnia) is Synthroid (thyroxine) or armour preferred? Possible adrenal issue?

Normal lab results, hyper thyroid symptoms. (tachycardia/insomnia) is Synthroid (thyroxine) or armour preferred?  Possible adrenal issue?

Not for hyper: Adding thyroid hormone replacement to a hyperthyroid gland will exacerbate the problem. If there is underlying adrenal insufficiency, adrenal crisis is more likely to occur in someone with hyperthyroidism. Highly recommend endocrine evaluation if you have these issues. ...Read more

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