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... may have just been too high to start with. The low starting dose would be 25 mcg. ... (4 replies)
... A normal TSH level ranges anywhere from 0. ... (3 replies)
... I am new in the forum. I've been looking at messages from the board for a long time and I finally decided to register in order to present my case, which has me quite worried, and see if someone can help me with what's going on. ... (0 replies)

... what does it mean when one is high and one is normal? ... (2 replies)
... Healthy people have TSH around 1, usually no higher than 1.5. ... (5 replies)
Need guidance ...
Jul 23, 2014
... I'm gonna try and make this as short as possible, so here goes.... ... (0 replies)
... Your TSH of 3.5 is most likely in the hypOthyroid range for you now. It's telling that it's never been that high for you before. In fact, healthy people have TSH around 1, usually not much more than 1.5. So... Most people would be experiencing similar symptoms that you report now if their TSH were above 3. ... (3 replies)
... So from all this does it seem as if my thyroid is functioning normal or not? ... (3 replies)
... go that has rapidly worsened over the last year. The dermatologist sent her for lab work to test for autoimmune disorders. In turn, her lab work came back with a high thyroglobulin level of 3. ... (1 replies)
... I have been struggling with HypoT symptoms since youth. though they thought it may be the problem No Dr would test me, "just diet and exercise". ... (5 replies)
... That is not a typo, I do mean One hundred fifty, and it was triple checked. ... (13 replies)
... and maybe she can have a thyroid ultrasound to make sure the gland appears normal. High thyroglobulin doesn't cause symptoms or represent any illness or anything. ... (1 replies)
... I don't know if this helps where mine says 11.80 free t4 serum then (11-18pmol/L) final then thyroid stimulating hormone serum 2.910 (0.03.3ml/uL) based on local population does this help? Thank you so so much x (4 replies)
... I can only evaluate thyroid tests, and the only ones you had were free T4 and TSH. You need to post the lab's reference range for the free T4. ... (4 replies)
... I've always felt "tired," but it wasn't until a recent blood test that I realized it was because of my thyroid. My doctor said it was within normal range but on the high side. He put me on 25 mg of Levothyroxine, which decreased my TSH to 2.19. ... (3 replies)
... In early 40s goiter became multi nodular and began growing significantly. ... (0 replies)
Need Advice
Jun 27, 2014
... ike to know what the hell is really going on. I was concerned that I may have hyperthyroid as my symptoms seem to match but my previous blood test showed that my tsh was 3.9 which is within my doctors reference range of .4 to 4. ... (4 replies)
Help please
Jun 22, 2014
... I'll tell you some things I learned from reading this forum and other sources. ... (6 replies)
... I have a tummy tuck surgery scheduled in two weeks. This surgery was scheduled a while ago. Two weeks ago I was diagnosed with Graves' Disease and Diabetes Type 2, My A1C is 7. My endocrinologist said I can have the surgery. He didn't seem to have any concerns. ... (2 replies)
... or massage. And once he gets really moving around during the day there is slight improvement. ... (1 replies)


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