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Prolactin And Tsh Level
599 mcg/dl dhea sulfate, normal prolactin and TSH levels. Got late period after 3 months? Doctor ruled out pcos? What else could it be?
Overactive adrenal g: Your elevated dhea may be indicative of an overactive adrenal gland from either hyperplasia or tumor. A medical or gynecologic endocrinologist can order studies to evaluate those possibilities, perhaps even your primary care doctor. For more info www. Askyourgynecologist. Org. ...Read more
Is it true that elevated prolactin will produce a false tsh level on test results? Don't they go hand in hand?
No: The immunoassays for the two tests are distinct. ...Read more
3.1 Prolactin level? Pituitary Microadenoma TSH levels up and down, no other tests done. Is this level okay?
Raised TSH (4, 27), cortisol ( (253, 3 ng/ml) and prolactin levels (27, 8 ng/ml). What could it mean?
What time of day?: Hi. They may be normal. The TSH could be a sign of early, subclinical hypothyroidism (getting TPO and thyroglobulin antibodies and free T4 may help the assessment). Due to diurnal variation, if the blood was drawn around 8 AM, the cortisol would be normal; very abnormal if drawn late at night. The prolactin, depending on the lab's normal range may be normal or slightly elevated. ...Read more
Took a anti mullerian hormone exam and I just read my results posted 11.42 level what does it mean? Tsh is at 5.44 prolactin 14.7
Hormone levels: Those are 3 different hormones. AMH detects the number of eggs left in the ovaries. A high number like 11 is good. TSH tests the thyroid and Prolactin is a hormone from the pituitary gland. For individual interpretation schedule a virtual visit on Healthtap or see your doctor so the tests can be interpreted with your individual health history. ...Read more
Can losing 10 pounds in 4 months cause late period? Currently 99 lbs? Got period 3 months late? Dhea sulfate level 599 mcg/dl? Normal prolactin/tsh?
See below: 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 dhea levels are higher than normal and you may be underweight. This may be causing you to miss periods. Please consult your doctor who ordered the lab tests. ...Read more
Hi doc, my blood test report is normal only level of TSH and prolactin are borderline high and my husband has azoospermia will IUI work in this case.
Your husband has azoospermia which means he does not have any measurable level of sperms in his semen.It is associated with very low level of fertility and even sterility
it depends on the the cause and type of azospermia as some are amenable to treatment.
It may be testicular, pre testicular or post testicular;idiopathic.
Pre and post azospermia are correctable
consult a male infertility expert. ...Read more
Total t level:163 freet: 31.4 tsh: 2.77 prolactin: 6.4 FSH 2.8 LH 1.8. Is there an alternative to t replacement therapy? My age is 36
Okay to take care: It is okay to take care of yourself. Thyroid replacement is a huge advance in medicine, saves lives and allows better health. The alternative to best medicine, is no therapy. No therapy is not recommended. Please do some reading on thyroid replacement and the history of goiters. Hopefully you will be more willing to go with a simple, safe, effective medical therapy that will improve your health. ...Read more
I have low estrogen and low tsh. (but my testosterone, thyroid, and prolactin levels are normal) what could be the cause of low estrogen and low tsh?
On the 3rd day of period my hormone levels are: TSH: 3.00 PROLACTIN: 18.8 ESTRADIOL: 21.7 FSH:4.2 LH: 2.9 TESTESTERONE: 0.139. Normal?
3rd day FSH: Your third day FSH of less than 5 indicates adequate ovarian reserve. ...Read more
My last mens period was on 27th nov. And I've 9days delayed. My hormone levels are tsh:1.35 prolactin:20.86 fsh:4.3 estradiol:64, 36 are they norml?
Prolactin high?: Depending on the normal range of the lab at which testing was done, the prolactin level may be just slightly elevated. The rest of the hormone levels are normal. A high prolactin level can interfere with ovulation ; lead to infertility. Because your elevation is so slight, usually we would repeat the test to verify the result. Prolactin levels are most accurate when drawn about 9-10 am. ...Read more
Usually regular period but am 16 d late. Not preg normal tsh but low iron (6.42) &prolactin level 42.84 ng/ml. Can it be the cause of missed period?
Can high Prolactin, high TSH, high FSH and normal T4 levels be associated with an empty sella or a cystic legion in the pituitary fossa?
My TSH is 6.43 and T4 is 15 I have most hypothyroid symptoms; fatigue, migraines, hair loss, extreme cold&prolactin level of 2200. Should I be treated?
Needs further testin: I am concerned that your prolactine is high. I would recomend further eavluation. Your symptoms could also be explained by the source of elevated prolactine. ...Read more
I have hypothyroidism & pituitary micro adenoma. Can taking Yaz (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) 4 1.5 months increase above normal the levels of tsh, prolactin, pth, & tg?
Tsh in range. Normal t3 high ft4. Negative antibodies for graves and Hashi. Low b12 lower vit D. Normal prolactin level. Endo believes it’s pituitary?
Diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. Unknown cause. Tsh in range. Normal t3 high ft4. Negative antibodies for graves and Hashi. Thyroid ultrasound normal. Low b12 lower range vit D. Normal prolactin level. Endo believes it’s pituitary?
Follow up ASAP:
Depends on the cause. Possibilities include hypothyroidism, Pituitary tumors, or thyroid disease.
Only a doctor can determine the cause by proper history, physical and appropriate laboratory/imaging tests.
It is dangerous if nothing is done. Please see your health care provider to receive appropriate medical care for this abnormal test result. Whoever ordered
The test should provide followup. ...Read more
TSH: Depending on your symptoms, other thyroid labs, and whether you're being treated for a thyroid problem, normal TSH range is 0.4 - 4.0 miu/l (milli-international units per liter). If being treated the range is usually tighter, between 0.5 and 2.0 miu/l. Treatment decisions need more data than TSH alone, though. ...Read more
Little hypothyroid.: That TSH value is a bit high, which would suggest that your thyroid may be a bit slow. If you're not having symptoms then it may be worth just monitoring, but if you're having relevant symptoms then this should be addressed and treated. ...Read more
Many possible: Reasons. Starting or stopping a high-fiber diet; calcium or iron supplements; eating too many soy products, brussels sprouts, rutabaga, turnips, kohlrabi, radishes, cauliflower, cabbage, and kale; change of seasons; hormonal fluctuations especially menopause; pregnancy; certain herbs/supplements, prescription drugs; stress or illness; progression of latent thyroid disease. ...Read more
Varies: There are different assays. 3rd generation assays should be about 0.3 to about 3.0 (the 4.5-5.5 upper limits published by most labs ar not considered correct by most of us who do thyroid for a living. ...Read more
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