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KAILIIA SparkPoints: (77,182)
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2/1/12 12:10 P

7.9 depends on the scale and which test: Your doctor can clarify because they can test for T3, T4, free t3, free t4, tsh and antibody levels.

For a free t4, my doctor uses the scale of 0.7-3 for normal: so a 7.9 is pretty high, but your doctor will be able to answer this the best and help you figure out where your levels should be.

Hope you're feeling more like you now.

KELLIEM Posts: 1,475
1/26/12 11:59 P

I had hyperthyroidism and had to get surgery to remove a lump on my thyroid which made me have hypothyroidism many years ago. I don't know what all the numbers mean, but once your meds are regulated everything should normalize for you. Although, I must say that I feel I have to work harder to lose weight than before...for sure!

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1/26/12 11:55 P

I can't answer your question but glad to hear that there are teams for even that! I have it too but so many of the symptoms are the same as my fibromyalgia that I don't know what's what. lol
Seriously though, I do wish you luck! My doctor tells me I have NO metabolism which is one of the symptoms of it. I'm going to join a team so I can learn more too.

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1/26/12 10:16 P

Join some of the hypothyroidism teams- they can answer your questions without being swamped..

Edited by: REDSHOES2011 at: 1/26/2012 (22:17)
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1/26/12 9:28 P

Test came back as a 7.9 on my thyroid test. Starting on meds tomorrow. Anyone else dealing with this? Is 7.9 way high?


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