I am not a doctor, but have had my TSH levels checked several times. Your TSH levels could be due to hypothyroidism.
Your other lab work could be due to anemia
You should make an appointment with your doctor to follow up. You can search on the internet for each individual component of your labs, to help give you a better picture of what could be going on, so you know what questions you might want to ask your doctor. Lab test online is a good source, and so is mayo clinic. Make sure you are looking at legitimate information from the medical community.
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