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Increased anti-TPO
My son has recently received blood work results with an increased anti TPO of 150. T4, free is normal (1.0) and TSH is also normal (1.86).  He was placed on low dose thyroxin.  What exactly is being treated if his T4 and TSH levels are normal?  There is a strong family history of Hashimoto's Thyroiditis in our family...could this be Hashimoto's?
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Yes, an elevated TPOab indicates Hashi's.

What's the reference range on his FT4?  Ranges vary lab to lab, so you have to post them with results.

Does he have hypo symptoms?
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