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What Is Coliphage T4 Virus
Only for bacteria: Bacteriophages do not cause diseases in people ...Read more
Hello, I have recently had thyroid blood tests carried out and results came back with high TSH and high t4, I have not been well due to cold or virus?
Hypothyroid: The TSH is 10 times more sensitive as a test of hypothyroidism than the T4 because it is reported on what is called a 'log' scale. The high T4 can be cause by hormones such as birth control pills even if you are hypothyroid. A free T4 will be low or low-normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My ferritin is 260 with normal levels given by my lab at 10-150 for emmenopause women. My T4 is 169 (normal 58-154), T3 1, 86, ft4 11, 6, ft3 4, 2. ?
Hemoglobin: Can not answer without knowing your blood count. Secondly the thyroid gland is of critical importance and without a TSH and other thyroid tests and chemistry it may look like an overactive thyroid which may be indirectly connected to an elevated ferritin which can go up in many inflammatory conditions like an overactive thryoid from a virus or other causes. ...Read more
Is a negative HIV person, diagnosed with low lymphocytes T4 and t8 cells, still able to produce HCV antibodies after 1 year of one possible exposure ?
Wrong question: Thyroid labs more than very slightly outside the reference range or connected with symptoms are a sign that you had better be treated or your life is going to get much worse. Since the life-threatening features of thyroid disease are often unrelated to the actual levels, it would be as misguided to ask 'is this level severe?' as to say 'i'm a little bit pregnant.'. ...Read more
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