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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)
... have a lot of symptoms of hyperthryoidism, although they seem to come and go in what I can only describe as 'flare ups' or bad periods. My TSH and T4 are in the normal range, but last week an ultrasound showed I had an enlarged thyroid and two non suspicious looking thyroid nodules. ... (1 replies)
... Last week, my doctor told me I have an enlarged thyroid and ordered tests for TSH, free T3, free T4 and Tga. ... (7 replies)

... So my P.C.'s office called me this morning to tell me all of my Thyroid tests came back normal. ... (14 replies)
... All blood tests have came back normal. ... (3 replies)
... hi brown owl i agree with helen it would be nice have all the thyroid tests and post them and keep track but with vision problems and enlarged thyroid you should have the mri and of cours you need to se e a specialist or endo sorry dirty word but i dont think it should be left in the hands of your gp as this is distressing for you and needs to be... (86 replies)
... You can have an enlarged thyroid for various reasons, I was reading it can be things such as diet etc. ... (6 replies)
... In Nov 2001, my gyno said my thyroid felt enlarged and ran blood tests. All fell into the normal range and it wasn't discussed appt, not even a mention of abnormal or enlarged thyroid. ... (6 replies)
... The thyroid gland commonly enlarges with Hashimoto's and iodine deficiency goiters. ... (2 replies)
... I don't know a lot about thyroid ultrasound reports. But I can tell you that an ultrasound only indicates size and shape of the gland. It tells nothing about thyroid function. ... (1 replies)
... Don't let your MD sweep this under the rug and try to medicate each symptom you have with some kind of Big Pharma chemical soup, when thyroid hormone is likely all you need. ... (3 replies)
... g other than your thyroid. I shared that symptom with you only because I know I found some of the symptoms quite "odd". Yet, once I was medicated properly for thyroid disease, the symptom resolved. So, in my case, I knew it was caused by my hypothyroidism. ... (11 replies)
... I was referred to an endocrinologist who indicated hashimoto's, and said my thyroid had some irregularities when she did an ultrasound and a goiter. She said my symptoms were a separate cause and not thyroid related. ... (3 replies)
... an entire range of levels within which your particular "normal" level sits. There is no reason to think that any level within that range will be normal or adequate for you as a person, because you have one level that's right for you. It's very much like shoe sizing. ... (6 replies)
... No family thyroid issues... ... (13 replies)
... I have had an enlarged thyroid for about 10 years. I will be 29 this year. My tests have always been "normal". Lately, I have felt horrible so I went to get tested again. These are my test results. I am afraid she will say they are "normal". ... (6 replies)
... MG, I think you posted something similar to me. It is now on another page. I know I had at least one of those tests and think I had the other about a year ago. Both were negative. ... (14 replies)
... Those were tested above, are they different from the tests you recommend? ... (14 replies)
... recommends a complete thyroid panel including antibodies be run. ... (14 replies)
... Wow! Thanks for the info. Actually, these tests were done by my Primary Care. I asked for an Endo referral a week ago and they still haven't done so. ... (14 replies)

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