The TPO is high in Graves in most cases. Ab's including TSI & TPO will likely fall after I-131 but may never normalize. TSI is linked to eye disease. Keeping TSH optimal will likely help keep eyes stable. Good luck with the decompression.
I would say you have Pernicious Anemia (ie malabsorption of B-12) but at an early state without lab evidence of anemia (low Hbg) and the B-12 therapy should keep it that way!
Best test for adrenal insufficiency is an ACTH stimulation test and consider Adrenal Antibody testing.
Thank you very much for your answer. You didn't comment on the CBC though, is there anything auto-immune that might cause this elevation. I also forgot to say the GP. ordered more lab to exclude infection & also many others with the only positive reading to a Leukocyte Alkaline Phosphatase Stain 155 w/ normal of (13-140). Thanks, TJ
I have one more question above. Sorry to be such a pain...Thanks
cbc showed normal hemoglobin. The high WBC is of unclear origin and with the elevatd LAP I agree with seeing the hematologist, but often this is just an infection or something transient. There may be some autoimmune causes but not something I see that often in my thyroid practice to guess which at this time -- see what the hematologist thinks.