My TSH level is 0.8 T3 (liothyronine) is 87 and T4 is 5.8, I'm 22 years, I've difficulty losing weight, irregular menstruation mood swings, can it be hypothyrodism?

Hyperthyroidism. Looks more like hyperthyroidism.Get your pelvic exam see if you have poly cystic overies. Emotional status can be treated and also be related to periods and thyroid also can cause all issues.

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No but needs follow. Tsh is slightly elevated but the other thyroid tests are normal. This should be followed again (in the next few months). It may be normal. However, this could represent subclinical hypothyroidism and eventually lead to true hypothyroid. If so, this is very common and treatments are really good. Read more...
Not online. On health tap we are not really allowed to make diagnoses: this is for your protection, mainly. I will say that most endocrinologists nowadays would consider a TSH of over about 3.0 to be elevated, and so you might be hypothyroid. Ask the doctor who tested you, or consider checking with a endocrinologist or an re. Read more...

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