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Hypothyroidism Fluctuating Tsh Level
Depends: Are you on thyroid replacement currently? Tsh can fluctuate if you are on the wrong kind of thyroid replacement, or you are not taking it regularly, or lab misinterpretation...Work closely with your doc or see a thyroid specialist if this continues to be a problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Normal: Your tsh falls within the normal range; actually on the better half of the normal range. If you're still worried, check the free hormones as well but so far so good. ...Read more
Unlikely but...: Rhodiola is known to improve thyroid function and thus might be expected to reduce TSH levels somewhat (though more research on this is needed). However, a low TSH tends to be a sign of hyperthyroidism and, as far as i know, rhodiola is not known to stimulate the thyroid to the point of hyperthyroidism. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Iron overload or...: High ferritin levels in your thirties could be an indication of an primary ( hemachromatosis) or secondary (hemosiderosis) overload state, or chronic inflammation. Ferritin levels in the iron overload states are typically quite high and are typically > 800; whereas chronic inflammation will produce levels typically <800. ...Read more
Tsh level fluctuate-0.88 to1.82 iu/ml, antitpoab 28.0 (0-60iu/ml), enlarged thyroid.Concentration/cognition/memory impaired and fatigue-treatment?
Other causes: The thyroid tests are normal, so you need to have other causes considered and investigated. If your doctor agrees that your thyroid is enlarged then further eval with an ultrasound is easy. ...Read more
Not yet: Anti thyroid antibodies are a sign that your immune system is attacking your thyroid gland. Over time, your gland may fail and them you will require thyroid hormone replacement. Your physician should check your TSH level periodically. When TSH starts to rise, consider medication. Antithyroid antibodies raise your risk of having infertility issues. Make sure your ob/gyn is aware of this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Thyroid: Something does not add up. Thyroglobulin may be high for a number of reasons and can be controlled if needed. I don't understand why free T3 (liothyronine) is high post thyroid lobectomy. Please pursue this with your doctor and the the thyroid surgeon. If their answers make sense could you please let me know. ...Read more
It's controversial: There is broad consensus that a TSH between 0.3-2.5 is normal (assuming no pituitary problem exists), and broad consensus that TSH levels above 10 are abnormal and should be treated. A middle-of-the-road approach might be to say that levels between 5-10 are abnormal, and treatment is likely to be beneficial, and that values between 2.5-5 may be abnormal, and that treatment may be beneficial. ...Read more
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