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Thyroid Levels After Total Thyroidectomy
Im taking 150mg of levothyroxine after total thyroidectomy & RAI a month ago due to papillary thyroid cancer.My TSH level is 0.091uIU/mL.Is it normal?
I still have high thyroid perox AB levels after a thyroidectomy(cancer). Are high levels normal or could there be some thyroid tissue still? Thx
Antibody is not: dependent on thyroid tissue. The body makes antibodies by different cells than the thyroid. The antibodies can persist even if no thyroid tissue is left. ...Read more
I had a total thyroidectomy (thyroid papilliary cancer) for 17 years and with a high level of TSH result. And stop taking my euthyrox medicine?
Need Thyroid hormone: You need thyroid hormone replacement as you do not have thyroid gland and will need thyroid hormone all your life.Since you stop your euthrox your TSH is high.You need to follow your doctors advice and go back on the thyroid hormone with adjustment of dose to bring TSH to normal level. ...Read more
Thyroidectomy: If they did a complete thyroidectomy, your thyroid levels should be low; you should become hypothyroid and need to be on levothyroxine. However, sometimes surgeons do not do a complete thyroidectomy, depending on why the surgery was done. If they did a non-complete resection, but then the thyroid gland is not normal (eg. Hashimoto's), then you may get hypo even though there is tissue left behind ...Read more
Thyroidectomy 3 years ago, when they check my levels are they checking just my thyroid or vitiamin d also?
If thyroid hormones are high and I have a partial thyroidectomy , the remaining part of my thyroid should keep my levels high. Right?
My gp can't get my thyroid levels under control (thyroidectomy ten years ago due to multinodular thyroid disease, ? Will an endocrinologist do?
Endocrine: An endocrinologist is specifically trained to think out of the box and treat your thyroid and associated conditions. You likely have hashimotos disease causing your multiple modular goiter. This is an autoimmune disorder associated with many others. Seek out a board-certified physician if possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thyroidectomy & thyroglobulin levels i had my right thyroid gland removed in april 2011 and then when they did the biopsy, it showed cancer cells so they had to remove my left thyroid gland the following week. I had rai in july 2011. I had my 6 month foll
Persistent: Thyroglobulin levels may remain elevated after a total thyroidectomy and rai due to persistent tumor cells in neck lymph nodes, distant metastasis, or residual thyroid tissue remaining from the time of surgery. Some additional tests, like a neck ultrasound and/or a thyroid metastasis scan can be helpful in obtaining an answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which test is best to monitor thyroid levels in thyroidectomy patients, just ft3 and ft4, TSH and ft4, or like i feel should be tsh, ft3 and ft4?
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