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Old 04-06-2017, 06:00 AM   #12
primroselane
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Originally Posted by Leo41 View Post
It's impossible to evaluate your thyroid levels without knowing the lab ranges--all are different.

Is that number for trigs a typo? If not, I've never seen trigs that high, and that, along with your cholesterol, is worrisome.

By the way, total cholesterol number is relatively meaningless. What were your HDL/LDL numbers?
My HDL was 52, but it says "LDL cholesterol not calculated. Triglyceride levels greater than 500 mg/dL invalidate calculated LDL results.

Lab ranges for the thyroid are... TSH Mine was .30, range .40-4.50
T4 5.7, range 4.5-12.0
T4 Free 0.9, range .8-1.8
T3 Free 4.8, range 2.3-4.2
T3 Total 201, range 76-181

Hope that helps. Thanks Leo
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