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    high level of free t4
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    An_250301 posted:
    i've got tested for thyroid in last September. free t3 and TSH levels were normal but free t4 was 11.9... i was prescribed thyronorm of 75mg...again in this month i've got tested. again the free t4 level came to 19.2..i have hypothyrodism. i want to know that why there is such a drastic increase in free t4 level? will there any problems? i am married and we are planning to conceive. even my weight is 63 or 64.not getting reduced than this....
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    jwat0003 responded:
    I would get a referral to see an endocrinologist sooner rather than later in order to find out what is causing such high, increasing free T4. You are hyperthyroid, not hypo. I would not try to conceive during this time but would want a diagnosis and treatment first. Good luck.
     
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    jwat0003 replied to jwat0003's response:
    What is the reference range for your T4 test result?


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