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    I'm new here can somebody tell me my tsh results
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    Angelaila04 posted:
    Can someone read me my results? Im new on here I'm really confused I would appreciate any advice





    TSH 3.390 Thyroxine (T4) 4.8 T3 Uptake 30 Free Thyroxine Index 1.4
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    DOGDANCING_TCOS responded:
    Do you have your labs reference ranges?

    usually it will say:

    TSH 3.390 and then list the nomral range in brackets.

    Each lab can have different reference ranges.

    What did they tell you about your labs?
     
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    Angelaila04 replied to DOGDANCING_TCOS's response:
    I went with a private lab because my doctor hasn't tooken my tsh lab work and I have alot of the symtoms I can post it right now


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