Can I go for thyroid test i.e., T3, (liothyronine) T4, TSH after consuming too much oily food the previous night? Does the oily food cause any changes in the results

You're fine. Enjoy what you eat. I hope your thyroid studies are okay, or if problems are found, you're able to manage them. Best wishes and thanks for asking -- I'm glad you want accurate results.

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