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I Have A Herniated Disk At T3 T4
I have a herniated disc at t3-t4 from an accident burning pain in chest and muscle pain is this bad?
Back pain: The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... It sounds like you are experiencing nerve pain. Before we can say if this bad, we need to know how severe is your conditions. Please see a pain management doctor or spine surgeon, you might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wear and tear can cause degeneration in the vertebral column, and cause discs to deteriorate. The supportive basket, nucleus fibrosis develops small tears. A bulge is minimal perhaps a few millimeters, and is clinically insignificant, but additional disc displacement such as protrusion or herniation may compress ...Read more
What is the risk of having severe cervical spinal stenosis myelopathy? There is almost no CSF around T3/T4&6 due to narrowing from the disks and steno
It depends: As another doctor pointed out, the "T" designation refers to the thoracic spine and you are indicating you have cervical canal stenosis. Therefore, I wonder if you really mean "C" when you indicate "T". Nonetheless, myelopathy is a clinical syndrome that is frequently due to spinal stenosis at whatever level, but the lack CSF around the spinal cord at a level does NOT necessarily imply myelopathy. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
If your lab: Is using ng/dl then yes all is well. ...Read more
Thyroid nodule: There is not full tft report specially tsh. Your nodules and symptoms need us, thyroid scan, fine needle aspiration by experienced person. Should be read by thyroid pathologist or mayo clinic. Clinch the right diagnosis whether it is benign or cancer. Are these thyroid nodule or cervical nodes for head ; neck. Ct report not given? Thyroid nodule-http://doctorrajput.Com thanks. ...Read more
I don't have normal : Ranges for your lab, but these look like normal thyroid tests! ...Read more
If my free T3 (liothyronine) and T4 is in the normal range, but my ths is 11.7 what does that mean?
High T4 and low T3 (liothyronine) after complete thyroidectomy. Currently take 200mcg of levethyroxine. Should i increase or cut my dose?
Depends: Levothyroxine is t4. T4 is converted to t3 (liothyronine), (liothyronine) the active thyroid hormone. Some patients have trouble converting T4 to t3 (liothyronine) and need t3 (liothyronine) replacement inaddition to T4 replacement. You should talk to your doctor about your levels. Depending on the reason for your thyroidectomy, like thyroid cancer, you may want to have higher T4 levels to suppress your tsh. ...Read more
My body temp is very low, once @ night 95.7. Daytime temp is 96 - 97.3. What gives? T4 is normal, T3 (liothyronine) is very low-but within normal range (barely).
Temperature: The magic number of 98.6 is a range a temp can range from 95 to 100.6 and still be considered normal go about your life as long as you are symptom free and forget about your temperature. ...Read more
I've been on levothyroxine for three weeks and almost feel like my symptoms are worse. Both my t4 and my t3 (liothyronine) are low, the most bothersome symptoms ach?
Dosage adjustment: Usually, most cases of hypothyroidism are treated with increasing doses of l-thyroxin until all levels of T3 (liothyronine). T4 and TSH are normalized. This is determined by routine blood testing including checking for anti- thyroid antibodies to rule out autoimmune ( Hashimoto's) thyroiditis. ...Read more
Need for evaluation: 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 lab results suggest thyroid hyper-activity. It would be prudent to see an endocrinologist for a proper evaluation with respect to rest of the findings on your health examination. ...Read more
My T3 (liothyronine) and T4 levels are normal, TSH is 7.76 inspire of taking thyronorm 50mg everyday, please advise?
Higher dose: Tsh is more sensitive than T3 (liothyronine) or T4 levels for identifying patients whose thyroid levels are abnormal for them. A high TSH means that your pituitary gland is trying to get your thyroid to make more thyroid hormone. Since your thyroid can't (or you wouldn't be on thyroid hormone), you probably need a stronger thyroid tablet. Talk to your doc to make sure you're getting the most from your pills. ...Read more
Yes: These are all normal levels.Get a more detailed answer ›
TSH= 0.006 uIU/ml. T3= 1.75nmol/l
T4= 15.3 ug/dl I'm on 200mcg of L thyroxine I need your advice please
Thyroid hormones.: The two most important forms of thyroid hormone are designated T3 (liothyronine) and T4 based on the number of iodine atoms each molecule contains. T4 is the main form made and released by the thyroid gland. Once inside cells, T4 is converted to t3, (liothyronine) which is the more active form. ...Read more
T3 (liothyronine) determination: Isn't helpful. If "normal" means you TSH was normal, then don't worry because everything is ok unless you're already taking some sort of thyroid medication. Ask your doctor to explain the test results, that's what they're there for. ...Read more
Lumbar (Low Back) Herniated Disk (Definition)
A herniated disk is a medical condition in which the gel like disk between the bones of the spine squeezes out of its center position. ...Read more
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