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T3 Uptake concerns
Jul 12, 2017
... The T3 uptake test is outdated and without much value. It tells nothing at all about your thyroid function. It was developed as a way to measure binding proteins. ... (3 replies)
... I really appreciate your response, Thank You! Here are other test results I'm able to share... TRIIODOTHYRONINE FREE = 2.7 pg/mL FT4 = 1.00 ng/dL TSH = .986 mcunit/mL These all appear normal (right?). Does it matter that my TSH has changed the past few years? I'm guessing not, but here is that info: (7 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)

... es' 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)
... it looks like they are in "normal" range, but I've read that you want to be in the upper levels of the reference range. I've been having trouble with weight gain, anxiety and depression over the last few months and started wondering if it was due to thyroid issues. ... (3 replies)
... The most concerning is the T3 My question is of course there has to be a reference range and people are going to fall on the border, is that necesarily concerning? ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for the reply! Here's the reference range from the lab with my labs: NAME VALUE REF. RANGE Free T3 2.65 2.00-3.95 (pg/mL) NAME VALUE REF. RANGE (free T4) 0.72 0.58-1.64 (ng/dL) NAME Thyroglobulin Antibody (3 replies)
... t "help" is if the dose is wrong for your needs, 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 ... ... (1 replies)
... mL, Reference Range 0. ... (1 replies)
... When my Free T3 levels reached the top quarter of the normal range, it was like magic. One by one my hypothyroidism symptoms disappeared. I felt so good I cried. ... (1 replies)
Is this ok?
Jul 1, 2015
... tsh 0.17 t4 18.6 and t3 5. ... (3 replies)
... Reference range 4. ... (26 replies)
... Well your FT3 is relatively lower compared to its reference range than your FT4 so that would indicate you're not converting your T4 to T3 very well. ... (3 replies)
... The lab's reference range is 0. ... (7 replies)
... Don't worry about the Endo Yet, ask you Primary Care to do the Antibodies for your thyroid and also ask for T3. Mine was normal always, and it was only my antibodies that made them look further. Lisa is right in that you will need a thyroid Savvy doctor, but give him your symptoms, write them down so you don't forget? Did He/She check you neck for enlargement. Many... (3 replies)
... Hello! I'm new here, but had some questions about some bloodwork I recently had done for my 3.5 year old son. He's been exhibiting some symptoms lately that have concerned me - complaining of joint pain, saying he feels cold while outside when it's not cold at all, and some behavioral issues. Since Hashimoto's runs in my family (I have it, my mom has it, my grandma has it,... (1 replies)
... The range is so wide... ... (8 replies)
... reference range 0. ... (4 replies)
... Thank You for the detailed reply. I will print the copy and show to my Dr. (2 replies)
... the reference range is defined as the 2.5 percentile to the 97.5 percentile. ... (2 replies)

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