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TPO 69 IU/mL, TgAb 176 IU/mL and Tg 0.5 ng/mL
Is there anything I should worry about based on the result of my throid test?  My TPO is 69 IU/mL, TgAb 176 IU/mL and Tg 0.5 ng/mL.  What does this mean exactly?  My T3 is 248 and the normal range is 230-420 pg/dL.
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213044 tn?1236531060
TPOab and TGab are thyroid antibodies, and the test value show that you have an auto-immune disease, probably Hashimoto's.

Your T3 is low, indicating hypothyroidism.

Your Tg is nearly undetectable. Have you had a thyroidectomy?
What is your TSH and Free T4?
What is your thyroid history?
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