"The reference ranges are as follows:
TGab = <40 IU/mL
(There is a note with that saying: ": New method as of January 7, 2013.
Antithyroglobulin antibody values less than
800 IU/ml can be found in the normal
TG = <6..."
"Your symptoms could be the result of multiple possibilities. The pain during urination could be the result of an STD, the urination difficulties sound like they have something to do with your prostate gland. The less than fulfilling er..."
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