Explanation Of Lab Results In Hyperthyroid Patients?
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Reading the results of your examination, if your T3 value is interpreted into a standard value that is commonly used, the results are very far below the standard value. You can double check the results you wrote down whether they are correct or not and can be compared directly with the normal values listed on your laboratory results because each laboratory has its normal limits, each of which may have slightly different limits.
While your T4 value is still within the normal range, so it can be said that your T4 hormone amount is still normal. Your TSHs are very far below normal, which can be due to your hypertoyroidism condition or other conditions that also produce excessive thyroid hormone. Broadly speaking, it can be said that one of your examination results is not normal.
Because the results of your laboratory examination must be re-adjusted to your physical condition and complaints to declare an illness and its treatment, it is highly recommended to re-ascertain your condition to the doctor who recommends you to carry out the laboratory examination.
The best advice for dealing with your current complaints and also to improve the number of your thyroid homrons is to undergo drug therapy as recommended by your doctor and control therapy according to the recommended schedule.
I hope this helps.