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What Does 122 Range Result For Tsh Mean
I picked up my tsh-3 results and comes out 0.010 ranges are from 0.400 to 4.000 what does it mean? I took it at 7:30 pm and I don't drink any pills.
Help u/standing results, pls. TSH, FT4, FT3 all bottom end of normal range. TgAb and TPOAb are neg. Have both hypO/ER syms. What could this mean?
Euthyroid: Your thyroid function is normal and your symptoms are not due to thyroid disease. Remember, TSH is suppressed by thyroid hormone so a low level means overactivity. If all measures are low normal, you're normal. You could have pituitary insufficiency, but that wouldn't give you sx of thyroid excess-just the opposite. ...Read more
TSH is 4.93, Standard Range of 0.27-4.20 uIU/mL. Free T4 is 1.19, Standard Range of 0.93-1.70 ng/dL. What does having these two test results mean?
No need to worry: 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 results are close enough to normal that you do not need to be concerned. You may wish to repeat the test in a year or so to see the trend, especially for TSH. ...Read more
What does it mean if I got T3 (liothyronine) test results above the upper limit of reference range and TSH and T4 are in between the range?
Probably fine: Reference range is where most people fall. This may simply be the way you are put together. If you have no symptoms of thyroid disease, i'd not be concerned unless your personal physician is. I'm glad you're taking this proactive approach to your health. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a TSH of 0.10l and the lab slip says it is out of range. My T4 is 0.9 and my T3 (liothyronine) is 3.2. The T4 reagent produces results 9 percent higher. What does this all mean?
Normal Thyroid is?:
Alot of variables. From your picture, I assume you are female. If you are on ocp's or hrt, this affects thyroid function. That is why most folks now look at free t3, (liothyronine) and t4. Age matters (usually look for a young female have tft's near upper range. What is normal is controversial. "lab normal"may not be normal for you. Look at-
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Thyroprotein/tsh level- what number is indicative of hypothyroidism? My results says 3 and normal range is 2-8. Is there another test to determine thyroid issues related to CHF? Also, is H.pylori count of 2 means positive for it? On protonixThanks.
ThryoTROPIN: Is a synonym for thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH). This hormone, produced by the pituitary gland, regulates thyroid function. Normal results for adults, in most labs, are 0.4-4.2 mU/L. This is the well-recognized/accurate test for hypothyroidism; a total thyroxine can sometimes add information. An H. pylori antibody blood test only measures past infection. Biopsy, stool antigen, breath test better ...Read more
Incomplete info: You have not provided the units of measure nor the reference range for the lab. It is likely that the result is within normal limits. All lab results need to be interpreted in the clinical context and the doctor who ordered the test is usually in the best position to do that. ...Read more
Normal TSH: Range is 0.3 to 5.0Get a more detailed answer ›
Low normal,,,: This is on the lower side of normal. It's in normal range but it's low and it'd be a good idea to get the thyroid readings checked and see if they're high normal or low as it's important in deciding therapy if needed. So see your doctor for this and a good physical exam. Best of luck. ...Read more
Need units: Normal ranges for thyroid labs are determined by the lab that runs them and depend on the units of measure (e.g. Mg/dl) used. ...Read more
Is FT4 correct?: Your TSH appears normal. Did you have a typp with the ft4, as a value of 15 is an order of magnitude too high. 1.5 would be normal. Another possibility is that the 15 is a T4 not a ft4. Either way, it's hard to tell but probably normal. Check w/your doctor. ...Read more
Hi, I am 27 yrs old & TSH is on higher side. Ref. Range in my report is showing 0.49-4.67 and result is 5.86 uiu/ml. Please suggest?
Need more info:
Please discuss the results with your doctor as you and she/he may need additional information such as free T4 and T3 (liothyronine) to assess his thyroid functional status and may be auto-antibodies to thyroid gland. See this site for more info on the subject.
http://www. Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/thyroid-hormone-tests. ...Read more
My TSH 3rd generation test came back at 2.036. The range is 0.340-5.600uiu/m. The test said high sensitive 3rd generation tsh. What does this mean?
Not a whole lot!:
An elevated TSH is the main criteria most docs use to diagnose hypothyroidism. While most docs feel it is not abnormal unless above 5.6 or so, many endocrinologists feel anything above 3 is abnormal, and some even feel a level above 2 could indicate problems- see http://abt. Cm/1562fwq
actually, many with a totally normal TSH may still have thyroid problems- see http://bit. Ly/18atkro & comment:. ...Read more
My thyroglobin and thyperoxid were 380 and 300. Anything over 120 is positive. My TSH and ft4 were low but within range. Does this mean anything?
Autoimmune thyroid: Abnormal thyroglobulin and peroxidase antibodies are consistent with having autoimmune thyroid disease. This may eventually evolve into an overactive or underactive thyroid, but currently it sounds like your thyroid levels are normal. There is no particular treatment needed at present, just periodically monitor thyroid levels. ...Read more
Hi I got blood results back today, they are: tsh 7.52 3t4 13.1 I do not know what this means and it has not been explained to me. Can you help please?
Hypothyroid: The TSH is high, and that usually means the thyroid gland is not making enough hormone. The pitutiary gland is making more of a protein [thyroid stimulating hormone (tsh)] to stimulate the thryoid gland to make more of the actual hormone. (t4 and T3 (liothyronine) are the active hormones). This level is mild, but if nobody has explained it to you, it's because you must make an appointment with your doctor. ...Read more
HYPOTHRYOID: Your thyroid gland is underactive it is not producing enough thyroxine. The pituitary gland is working overtime to try to get the thyroid gland to produce enough thyroxine which regulates the bodies metabolic rate. You need supplementation of what your gland produces. You also need to be checked for autoimmune thyroiditis, see your doctor. ...Read more
TSH range is. 55-4.78 and T4 range is. 8 to 1.79. My results were TSH. 511 and T4 was 1.25. Hypertension or not?
Not necessarily: Without the rest of thyroid testing, no precise conclusion can be made. Hashimoto is one thing to consider ...Read more
I had blood work done & my TSH results were 0.006. Can you please tell me if that is normal or what does that mean?
Not normal: The screening test is pointing to hyperthyroidism- high thyroid level. You need to see your physician to do more lab work and possibly a thyroid uptake and scan. ...Read more
My last blood results showed a high TSH levels but t3andt4 in normal range. Should I see someone regarding hypotyhroidism?
Yes: An elevated TSH indicates that your pituitary gland feels that your thyroid level is somewhat low. The fact that the T4 and T3 (liothyronine) are normal means that the problem is still mild. If you have symptoms of an underactive thyroid, treatment with thyroid hormone is indicated. If you have no symptoms, and the TSH is only mildly high, one can repeat the level in a few months and see if it has changed. ...Read more
This is a completely normal TSH. The free T4 was not done because the TSH was normal indicating normal thyroid function and the FT4 is not indicated.
There are some rare circumstances when you would do both, and not just the reflex, but in general a normal screening TSH means normal thyroid function. Anything else would specifically being looked for and thyroid testing can rarely be complicated. ...Read more
Thyroid tests: It is advised that you would benefit from an online consultation to review your labs as well as past medical history and discuss your specific symptoms. A physician can help you understand the labs, correlate with your history and make recommended next steps. ...Read more
Thyroid results: It implies that your thyroid may be sluggish but the numbers are different for each lab so you have to include the normal range for that particular lab to have more meaning. ...Read more
My blood test result: tsh... H....5.59 (max normal range is 5), should I be worried? Many many tnx in advnc
My daughter's TSH is 0.44. Dr said it's normal but test results say range is for people over 18 yo. My daughter is 6. Is this low?
YES: TSH 0.44 IS NORMALGet a more detailed answer ›
My TSH test came back and it is 12.21 uIU/mL what does this mean? The normal range is 0.49-4.67 uIU/mL for the lab I had the test done.
Your TSH levels suggests under-functioning thyroid gland. You should see your doctor for replacement medication.
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I was diagnosed w/ hypothyroidism in 2014 for past 6 months my tsh value been 2 but results from yesterday say my value is 40. what does that mean?
2/40: That does not make sense. Has your doctor made any change between 2 and 40? Something must be wrong and your doctor must discuss this with you. A level of 40 is very unlikely. Please keep me informed. ...Read more
Hello dr. ..the result of my TFT are like this FT3=5.30 pmol/l, FT4=12.54 and TSH =20.180 Mu/L. what dose this mean. I'm quite normal I just hav PCO?
Under active thyroid: The most sensitive test for detecting thyroid dysfunction is thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH). TSH is produced by the pituitary gland. If the thyroid gland is not producing enough thyroid hormone, the pituitary will release more TSH in order to stimulate the thyroid to produce more thyroid. Normal range for TSH is 0.5 to 5.5. Your TSH is too high indicating that you have hypothyroidism. ...Read more
Thyroid: I am not certain but I think your levels are too high. Please contact your doctor! ...Read more
Hypothyroid: Your thyroid is not producing enough thyroid hormone, so your brain is producing extra TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) to tell the thyroid to produce more thyroid hormone. You need to be placed on Synthroid (thyroxine) to replace your hormone and have your TSH rechecked in 6-8 weeks to see if the dosage is correct. This will likely be a lifelong treatment. ...Read more
If my TSH level is within the 'normal' range does it mean I don't have a thyroid problem? I've seen people who disagree with this
The reference range: The "reference range" for a lab result is sometimes called the "normal range, " and thus confuses people into thinking that a person is normal if his lab value is within that range. Not quite what it means! Some normal people have results outside the reference range. Some abnormal people have results inside the reference range. Numbers are just numbers, thus the doctor looks at the whole picture. ...Read more
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