i am becoming lean and lean day by day ..and i had some more problems. i mentioned them in symptoms. please specify what is my problem and what treatment i need to get !!!
the tests are
t3: 131.3 ng/dl (normal 60-200)
t4: 9.19 ug/dl (normal 4.5-12.0)
tsh: 3.56 uIU/ml (normal 0.30-5.5)
free t3:2.59 pg/ml (ref range 1.7-4.2)
free t4:1.19 ng/dl (ref range 0.7-1.8)
ANTI MICROSOMAL ANTIBODY (AMA) (AMA IS ALSO CALLED AS Anti-TPO Antibodies) value:6 IU/mL
(ref range 34 Positive)
ANTI THYROGLOBULIN ANTIBODY(ATG) OR (TGab) value: 358 IU/ml
(ref range : Negative: 325
THYROGLOBULIN(TG): VALUE: 2.01 ng/ml (ref range 0 - 55 ng/ml)
and problems i am facing are....
my silky hair became heard and losing when it reaches the length 2 to 3 cm (and my hair getting some smell even im having head bath for each 2 days)
getting semi solid stool
getting pimples on fore head,on back,on neck,and in hair also(on head)
please suggest. what would be the problem. im becoming lean and lean.and losing my hair and i lost hair shine.
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