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Dear Dr. Mark,

I would like to know whether my husband is suffering from thyroid.  Reproducing the results :

TEST NAME                                     METHOD            VALUE      UNITS      REFERENCE RANGE

Total Triiodothyronine (T3)                  C.L.I.A.                  96           ng/dl          60-200
Total Thyroxine (T4)                           C.L.I.A.                10.90        ug.dl          4.5 - 12.0
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)    C.L.I.A.                  1.08        uIU/ml       0.30 - 5.5

Thanks
Annie
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97953 tn?1440865392
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
Based on the laboratory values that you mentioned, the thyroid status is normal.  The most important test is a TSH which is completely normal at 1.08.
1258062 tn?1299842031
my daughter got tsh 6.09 and t4 1.20 ,what does that mean.do she need medication

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