It looks to me (this is obvious, right?) that her TSH is off the charts!
This is what I found online:
A high TSH result often means an underactive thyroid gland that is not responding adequately to the stimulation of TSH due to some type of acute or chronic thyroid dysfunction. Rarely, a high TSH result can indicate a problem with the pituitary gland, such as a tumor producing unregulated levels of TSH. A high TSH value can also occur when patients with a known thyroid disorder (or those who have had their thyroid gland removed) are receiving too little thyroid hormone medication.
Maybe try the Thyroid - Expert Forum. The Doctor (Dr. Lupo) may be able to give you some answers.
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