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Can i get a high level of T3 because of Krimson ?

I m taking Krimson 35 from past 1.5 yrs. Recently i got my thyroid profile done. My T4 and TSH levels r ok but my T3 is level is a bit high. Its 2.51 n the recommended level says that it shudnt exceed 2.33. Is it coz of Krimson 35 r do i have thyroid problems. Pls let me knw. Thankx in advance.
Asked On : Sun, 6 Feb 2011
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hiii mam,

You are currently under treatment of PCOD for last 1.5yrs.
You have got your thyroid profile and your T4 & TSH level are ok.

If you dont take antithyroid drug or Thyroid Replacement Therapy,then increased T3 level is probably due to interaction with KRIMSON-35.

**Drugs that can increase T3 measurements include:

1)Birth control pills

**KRIMSON-35=combination of cyproterone acetate (Anti androgenic) and ethinyl ostradiol tablets (Estrogen)

So if your T3 test result 2.51 may be associated with following

# High levels of a protein that carries T3 in the blood (may occur in pregnancy, with use of birth control pills or estrogen, liver disease, or as part of an inherited condition)
# Hyperthyroidism
#T3 thyrotoxicosis (rare)

So if you get features of hyperthyroidism, then consult with your GP...otherwise dont worry.

All the best.
Answered: Sun, 6 Feb 2011
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