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... You need anti TPO and anti TG. These are both antibodies that attack thyroid tissue in Hashimoto disease, autoimmune thyroid disease. It is characterized by enlargement of the gland and nodules. Over time they destroy the gland and cause hypothyroidism. ... (1 replies)
... ure what symptoms relates to what in some cases, so I'm just laying it all out here. Apologies if I'm doing this wrong, but wondering what else is related to my thyroid that I might be unaware of. ... (1 replies)
... As you can see the normal tests say I am OK. So it is this TRH test he is using to diagnose me, but the lab has no published limits. ... (30 replies)

... I was told by them that their normal range is 0.0 to 9. ... (10 replies)
... In short, no. Thyroid glands don't swell without a reason. Most often, the reason is that it isn't functioning up to snuff. ... (4 replies)
... immune disease thyroid my be enlarged, yet functioning well enough for hormone levels to be 'okay'. Or maybe her thyroid is just larger than usual. ... (1 replies)
... she has never had thyroid levels check so I don't know if there is a simular pattern. ... (8 replies)
... immune thyroid disorder. I assume it must be the antiTPO or antithyroglobuline antibodies which are elevated which are relevant for Hashimoto. ... (2 replies)
... Combined with many symptoms of thyroid disfunction, my TSH, FT3 and FT4 are all healthy, however I have mid range TG antibodies and slightly elevated TPO antibodies. ... (1 replies)
... The normal TSH, T3 and low T4 can be due to a failing thyroid gland in which it makes mostly the active hormone which is T3. ... (25 replies)
... My latest Endo granted that a femal of childbearing age should be on thyroid meds with Hashimoto's It is known to reduce antibodies as well as help with symptoms. Miscarriages and other complications are very common with thyroid dysfunctional patients. My one and only pregnancy was HADES! ... (10 replies)
... tter antibody levels of 200 are high.. but not extremely HIGH. I have had levels 2000 in origin. I felt like crude as well. My first Endo blew me off too. My TSH was too normal. By doing such that Endo let my bod lay waste to my adrenal glands and run havock with many other important systems. ... (10 replies)
... my T3 got as low as 1.1 and each dose adjustment made me so much sicker...i tried armour and compounded T3 with thyroxine..i spent those 2 years in bed. got off thyroid meds in 2003. ... (0 replies)
... my T3 got as low as 1.1 and each dose adjustment made me so much sicker...i tried armour and compounded T3 with thyroxine..i spent those 2 years in bed. got off thyroid meds in 2003. ... (5 replies)
... In her notes she wrote "Your thyroid level are good. You do not need thyroid medication." However, as I posted before, she says I have elevated thyroid antibodies in my blood and that eventually I WILL need meds. My question, what meds are used to treat high level of antibodies when the thyroid is normal? ... (10 replies)
... Yes, you might lose hair with a "normal" TSH because normal doesn' mean normal for you. How do you know your TSH is not affected? ... (8 replies)
... I was diagnosed as Hashi's due to elevated thyroglubin antibody and TSH 4.57. They did not test for FT3 at that time but my FT4 was 0. ... (1 replies)
Elevated TSH
Jan 27, 2018
... with proper treatment you can live a normal life. If your doctor is only looking at reference ranges and not treating your symptoms I suggest you find a better one. ... (1 replies)
... TSH within the lab range is also not a sure sign all is well. The average TSH for someone without thyroid disease is around 1.0. ... (3 replies)
... There's a condition called "Hashitoxicosis" that could explain it. The antibodies responsible for Hashimoto's thyroiditis could be attacking the thyroid tissue, causing too much T4 to be released into the bloodstream, without causing TSH to rise as it normally would. ... (4 replies)


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