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2105303 tn?1334198764
THyroid trouble
well i had these test done by my endocronologist and i have several thyroid blood work test done too this is urine test....Thyroid Microsomal (TPO) IgG Scrn 111 0 - 25 IU/mL
Interpretation
30 IU/mL Positive

FREE T3 4.08 2.50 - 3.90 pg/ml
Component Your Value Standard Range Units
MONOCLONAL PROTEIN SEE BELOW
HI
Test Result LO Units
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Monoclonal Protein Study, Random, U
Albumin 51 %
Alpha 1-Globulin 8 %
Alpha 2-Globulin 10 %
Beta-Globulin 14 %
Gamma-Globulin 17 %
A/G Ratio 1.03 %
Impression
All fractions present, no apparent M-spike.
See Immunofixation.
Immunofixation, Random, U
No monoclonal protein detected.
Protein, Total, Random, U 6 mg/dL


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612551 tn?1450025775
Is there a question in your post?  

The details are way above the specific knowledge level of most who read post.  

Your subject says "trouble"... hope your doctor has prescribed some treatment if one is needed.
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2105303 tn?1334198764
Yes that was what i meant I was asking does anyone know what any of these test results meant, have no clue..lol and yes I just figured someone might have heard of these before...and thanks I go back on the 9th of May to find out more of what is  going on ,,I am doing all the test and blood work first and i have dexa bone scan scheduled still...thank u for commenting..
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612551 tn?1450025775
I am happy to read your results are part of a medical check, ongoing, and I assume that your doctor has seen the existing results.  Your doctor would let you know if there was any immediate action needed.

Good luck,
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2105303 tn?1334198764
Yes I appreciate that and I am sure she would thank you bunches.....
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1807132 tn?1318747197
I would definitely consult with the doctor on your results, that said, there is a forum here for thyroid disorders.  Check the health forums in the link above and post your results there.  You may be able to find better feedback there from people who have more experience with thyroid problems.  That said, from what I have read your elevated T3 levels may indicate some hyperthyroidsim which can cause a fast heart rate.  Once you get your thyroid levels in balance if you have any sort of a fast beat it should resolve.  Take care.
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2105303 tn?1334198764
thank u so much and i appreciate the feed back and i will post it on the thyroid forum....take care
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