Hi, I am 34 yr old female.
My blood result shows high level of thyroglobulin antibodies
48 H <20 IU/mL
What does it mean?
Should I be really concern about it?
Could regular intake of Vitamin C interfere with high levels of antibodies in the blood, especially in my case resulting in high levels of thyroglobulin antibodies.
Can I do anything as far as diet or making changes in everyday activities is concerned to bring this level down?
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