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Just had a blood test that showed Thyroid level: T4 1.9 TSH 0.07. Have appt. with endo in 3 weeks am very worried. What does this mean? Graves disease

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Dr. Philip Kern
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
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In brief: Hyperthyroid

It appears that your FT4 is high, and TSH low, which indicates hyperthyroidism.
And it appears you have symptoms (palpitations? sweating? tremor?). Graves disease is the most likely cause. Don't worry. This can be controlled and treated, usually starting with medications (eg. methimazole, b-blocker) and then you should discuss radioactive iodine with your endocrinologist.

In brief: Hyperthyroid

It appears that your FT4 is high, and TSH low, which indicates hyperthyroidism.
And it appears you have symptoms (palpitations? sweating? tremor?). Graves disease is the most likely cause. Don't worry. This can be controlled and treated, usually starting with medications (eg. methimazole, b-blocker) and then you should discuss radioactive iodine with your endocrinologist.
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