My ultrasound results were:The thyroid is diffusely heterogeneous in echotexture with the right thyroid lobe measuring 4.4 cm in length x 1.5 cm AP x 1.3 cm in width and the left thyroid lobe measuring 4.6 x 1.5 x 1.6 cm respectively. No focal lesions are identified. The isthmus is mildly thickened and measures 3 mm AP. The thyroid gland is mildly hyperemic.
My TSH was .38 then three weeks later it was 4.45. (Normals .34-4.82) This is all while on levothyroxine. Thyroperoxidase Ab was 33(H) (Normals showed 0-20)
They keep running metabolic panels but do nothing with the results. The abnormals are as follows:
Alanine Aminotrandferase 27(L) 30-65
aspartate aminotransferase 11(L) 15-37
Protein 8.6(H) 6.4-8.2
Sodium 134(L) 136-145
Anion Gap 3(L) 7-16
and MPV 7.3(L) 7.4-10.4
Any help? Any would be nice it's more than I get from the VA!
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