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My tsh is 0.220(this is a really bad number?) and my gen3 total was normal. That's the only two I have seen so far. They want me to get an ultrasound and radioactive uptake. I was told I am hyperthyroidism.
 

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My tsh is 0.220(this is a really bad number?) and my gen3 total was normal. That's the only two I have seen so far. They want me to get an ultrasound and radioactive uptake. I was told I am hyperthyroidism.
Do you have your lab range references? Its hard to know if .22 is bad without seeing the reference range.
 

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So back on the 28th of September my TSH was 0.15 and then I had it done in urgent care a few weeks later and it was 0.220. Would that mean it's not graves? Or that my thyroid is correcting itself on its own? I am getting blood work done again tomorrow.
 

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Thank you for the information. Just got blood work back. Can you tell me anything from these?

TSI <89
Reference Range: <140 % baseline

FREE T3 268
Reference Range: 210-440 pg/dL

T4, FREE, DIRECT DIALYSIS 1.4
Reference Range: 0.9-2.2 ng/dL

TRAB <1.00
Reference Range: < OR = 2.00 IU/L

THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODIES <1
Reference Range: < or = 1 IU/mL

THYROID PEROXIDASE ANTIBODIES 1
Reference Range: <9 IU/mL
 

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Having any TSI means you still have the stimulating antibodies active. Your FT-4 is decent but your FT-3 could stand to be higher
 
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