Can someone define free T4 51.1 and suppressed TSH please?

Something is. Incorrect, as free T4 measurements don't go up that high. If free T4 is above normal and tsp is suppressed you need to be evaluated (and probably treated) for hyperthyroidism. Check w/your doctor and see if there was some sort of clerical error in the free T4 result.
Overactive thyroid. This is a very high level of free thyroid hormone. Tsh is inversely related to the level of thyroid hormone, so with a high thyroid level, a low (suppressed) TSH is expected. You may need treatment for hyperthyroidism, and you should see your doctor.

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Normal and normal. Hi. Please know that: 1) TSH doesn't always have to stay the same, and 2) assays have variability, so that the same sample measured twice could have different results. Therefore, two normal TSH's are not concerning, and we would conclude whatever symptoms you have are not due to the thyroid (this argument assumes normal pituitary function). Good luck! Read more...

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Confusing. TSH and Free T4 are two different tests. A suppressed TSH is seen when the FT4 is too high, either due to hyperthyroidism or from taking too much levothyroxine. the FT4 should be high, although these changes can be subtle. Read more...

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More likely, but. A solid single nodule in a 58 year old woman is more worrisome than multiple nodules or a single cystic nodule. Thyroid tumors are seldom functional. The best thing for you to do is to have a fine needle aspiration. The interpretation of the fna will allow for a determination of what to do next. Good luck. Read more...
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