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... ree T4. It's a worthless "free T4 index". You must insist that your doctor test for the actual free T4 direct measurement, as well as for thyroid antibodies to TPO and Tg. ... (4 replies)
... Fasting is not required for the anti-thyroid antibodies (anti-TPO and anti-TG) or the hormone levels (TSH, free T4 and free T3). You could be normal, low or high on the hormone levels. A chest xray would be helpful to make sure the blood is not coming from the lungs since you have been a smoker a long time. It is unlikely the nodule is causing the blood, more likely from the... (7 replies)
... A combo of TSH, free T4, TPO antibodies, and Tg antibodies are best for diagnostic purposes. ... (1 replies)

... The test for TPO is only so accurate. ... (9 replies)
... Is it possible to have Hashimotos even if your TPO is "in range"? ... (9 replies)
... You have TPO antibodies. ... (9 replies)
... As you can see, my TSH goes from borderline to lower, then back up again. My TPO went from below 6 too 20.4 in just 2 week and then increased very slightly after that. ... (9 replies)
... Hello :wave: If you could post your lab's reference ranges for those freeTs that would be great, they're needed for interpretation. That "NOS" obviously means "not otherwise specified" (whatever that means in practice). I think your thyroid levels are still within range (your TSH certainly is) but if your freeTs are on the low side that along with your obvious symptoms would... (9 replies)
... An elevated antibody is Hashimoto's. It's more common to see elevated TPO. I have both elevated TPO and Tg. However, if either are elevated it's a sign of Hashimoto's. Should you be worried? ... (4 replies)
... You should also insist on antibody testing for TPO and Tg. ... (2 replies)
... Hi everyone, I was wondering if anyone can give me a clue about some test results my husband got back from his doc. Generally, he's been feeling tired, weak. For quite some time. His TPO levels came back at 23,753 - that's right, 23 thousand, not hundred! His TSH level was elevated also at 7.77 (5.0 being high range of normal). Anybody know what causes a level this... (1 replies)
... Also what is your doctor proposing to help lower your TPO levels? ... (4 replies)
... From what I've heard levo doesn't work for everyone because it's only T4. Some people do better on medications that combine T3 and T4, like Armour. Are you hormone levels in the normal range (Free T3 and Free T4)? Regarding the antibodies, I don't know if there's anything you can do to lower them. I've heard that some people see some improvement a few weeks/months after... (1 replies)
... I knew my thyroid was hypoactive, but my T3 and T4 levels were normal so they told me it was in my head. ... (0 replies)
... elevated levels such as his indicate Hashimoto's thyroiditis, an autoimmune disease that causes hypothyroidism. ... (1 replies)
... According to your labs your TPO levels are within normal range so your doctor will probably say you do not have Hashi's. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, selenium can help, it seems people with thyroid disorders are deficient in it anyway. I cut my tpo's in half after 3 months of taking 200 every day. Then after that I cut down to 100. It's worth a try! (4 replies)
... My doctor says my levels need to go down to get pregnant so my baby doesn't have a high risk of thyroid problems... ... (4 replies)
... It is my understanding that there is a rather large variation in TPO antibody concentration for each individual and even more so between people. ... (4 replies)
... I was just wondering if anyone could tell me how quickly T3, T4 and TPO levels can change? ... (0 replies)


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