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high anti-tg & high anti-tpo
My last thyroid test result:
free t3 = 4.66 pmol/L
free t4 = 10.28 pmol/L
tsh = 1.351 mIU/L
anti-tg = 61.7 IU/mL
anti-tpo = 61.6 IU/mL

What does it mean with high anti-tg and anti-tpo?
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Please post the reference ranges (usually in parentheses next to the result on your lab report) for all your tests.  Ranges are lab-specific, so have to come from your own lab report.

Elevated antibodies suggest you have an autoimmune thyroid disease, either Hashimoto's thyroiditis (hypo) or Grave's (hyper).  

Do you have symptoms?
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