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Should I Take Thyroid Medication Before Tsh Blood Test
"Normal": I suspect "medium range" means normal. You really should discuss the results of tests with the doctor who ordered them since there may be particulars in your case so that "normal" is not normal. ...Read more
Can you still have thyroid problems that the basic TSH blood test doesn't show? Is the full TSH blood panel better?
I'm 27. my blood test showed low TSH, and total T-3 and free T-4 are both high. what symtomps should I be having? I dont feel classic thyroid symptom
Remember: Hyperthyroidism - which appears to be the case with based on your biochemical studies - can present with a spectrum of symptoms. Not everyone has tremor, palpitations, anxiety, emotional lability, weakness, heat intolerance, increased perspiration, and/or weight loss. But your testing does suggest that you need further evaluation for the cause of your hyperthyroidism. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I took a thyroid blood test TSH with reflex and read my test results it said my result was 1.24. It read the range was 0.27-4.20 is my results normal?
Yes it is normal: You have no cause for any worry related to your TSH level. ...Read more
What does a reading of 62umol/L on my eGFR Female AA blood work mean, as well as 4.55uIu/mL on my TSH thyroid part of the blood test?
Normal: values. If you have queries and want to send me an e-mail click here --> https://www.healthtap.com/experts/12714048-dr-vahe-yetimyan ...Read more
Not necessarily: Tsh stands for thyroid stimulating hormone. It does exactly that-- tells your thyroid to make thyroid hormone. If your thyroid isn't making enough hormone, your TSH will increase. And if your thyroid is making too much hormone, your TSH will go down. But cancer is usually not the cause for a high or low tsh. And you can have a completely normal TSH and still have thyroid cancer. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can hypothyroidism mess up the readings on a rheumatoid blood test if the thyroid was not being treated yet? Rheumatoid test was 10.4, TSH 5.4. 37girl
Could a blood test reading of 4.55uIu/ml on my TSH thyroid studies be related to my often moderate to very uncomfortable anxiety attacks?
Hi my age is 28 male my thyroid readings are as given below using CLIA technology by blood test during fasting
Thyroid: Those three numbers don't match well. Please check them with your doctor and let me know how things work out ...Read more
4 yr girl has Thyroid gland bulky in size in sonography report, Blood test TSH:3.86,FT3:4.28,FT41.31.please advise what to do?
Need further eval: Most important to follow up with doctor who ordered thyroid ultrasound and blood tests. Range of normal varies from lab to lab need to evaluate labs with this in mind. ...Read more
I had a us of my thyroid and they found a hypoechoic nodule measuring 0.413 x 0.546cm. Blood test came back normal TSH and free T4 really nervous. ?
Please don't worry: One of the next steps is usually a fine needle aspiration biopsy, which involves using a very skinny needle to remove cells from the nodule. In my experience, most of these cells are benign, especially give the size of your nodule. However, if they are malignant or suspicious, you will need thyroid surgery. Most thyroid cancer (papillary type) can be cured. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
If your tsh was 0.250 with first test abdominal scan shows you have a goiter and a cyst on your thyroid but the second blood test tsh now 0.612?
Thyroid.: TSH can vary slightly as in your case. On average your TSH seems pretty normal. Might want to repeat this in a few months. Mild goiter and cyst on thyroid may be related - maybe not. Depends on size and appearance. You should f/u with the doc who ordered the study. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My TSH is 8, 8/limit 4/ other thyroid hormons are ok. Blood test its ok. Iam quite sleepy and lost intrest about my life. Is that tyroid or depression?
Thyroid blood test: normal tsh, and normal t 4, slightly lower free t3 (liothyronine). What is a normal TSH level?
0.4-4.5: In most labs, the normal TSH ranges between 0.4 and 4.5. Most people have TSH levels under 2.5. One can still be normal with higher TSH levels, but if you have hypothyroid symptoms, a mildly high TSH could be a sign of developing hypothyroidism. Free T3 (liothyronine) levels are not accurate in many labs, so a slightly low level may be meaningless. You should see an endocrinologist if you have symptoms. ...Read more
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