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... Few people who get a low thyroid diagnosis have results "out of whack". They're mostly still within range. But there really is no "normal" when it comes to lab levels. Each person has their own "normal". ... (9 replies)
... I've been hyperthyroid for about a year and after hoping it would recover naturally and having not my PCP sent me to an endocrinologist who suspected I have Graves Disease despite being very asymptomatic. ... (1 replies)
... Normal" in this context is meaningless. Levels that are simply within the reference range brackets aren't "normal" for everyone. You have your own set of norms that work for your body. ... (4 replies)

... Hi, I'm new here and looking for some insight. ... (3 replies)
... You may be surprised to hear that 1.99 is not all that "normal" even though it's still in range. The average healthy person's TSH hovers around 0. ... (1 replies)
T3 Uptake concerns
Jul 13, 2017
... and free T3. If hypothyroidism is suspected, the thyroid antibodies TPO and Tg tests might prove useful as well. If hyperthyroidism is supected, TSI antibodies testing should be done. ... (3 replies)
... Does it matter that my TSH has changed the past few years? ... (7 replies)
... If you're exploring the possibility of Graves' disease, a TSI antibody test is the gold standard. Any titer of TSI probably indicates Graves' or developing Graves', even it's technically within the lab's reference range. Also needed are TSH, free T4, and free T3 tests. ... (7 replies)
... either too high or too low. Each person has their own hormone requirements that fall somewhere within the lab's reference ranges. Not every place within that range is adequate for any one person ... Just the same as having a shoe size within the standard range doesn't mean you can be comfortable wearing any size within it. ... (1 replies)
... dry and breaks a lot, my tongue is swollen and scalloped, and my face is puffy. I have NOT had any weight gain though. ... (6 replies)
... I just received them today, and have not talked with my endo yet. Do you think that these numbers look hyper? ... (2 replies)
... Check our "Thyroid Symptom List and Other Information" sticky thread to learn what they are. ... (10 replies)
... TSH isn't normal simply by being within the lab's reference range. Individuals have their own "normal". If yours used to be .9 or thereabouts, and it now runs consistently close to 1.4, it's no longer "normal" for you. ... (6 replies)
... Hi! I'm new the this board, but have been scanning a lot of the posts, and it seems like there is a lot of helpful info. ... (0 replies)
... Hello I am a 61 year old female and feeling cold alot so my doctor ordered alot of blood work. ... (0 replies)
... I have Hashimoto's, but normal TSH, T3, T4. I read on another website that taking thyroid medication can slow the destruction of the thyroid. I didn't think my doctor would give me medication with normal labs, but she did. She has prescribed Armour 15 mg., twice a day. ... (3 replies)
... I know the ft3 is still a weeny bit low but its better than under range eh. ... (3 replies)
... Help. I have had a total thyroidectomy and on 75 levothyroxin. Last couple of tests have been perfect including last one 4 months ago. ... (3 replies)
... Hi, I am 35 years old and a mother of 3 kids. I recently went to the doctor for a normal well check up since our insurance requests us to. ... (1 replies)
... My TSH is 0.5 and I have osteoporosis. I'm on synthroid after having my thyroid removed. My free T4 is normal my doctor says. The endocrinologist said I'm in the normal range for TSH but I'd rather be at 1.0 to 3.0 because I worry about my bones. ... (5 replies)


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