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Endocrinology test suggests thyronormalcy. Want correlation with clinical conditions

doctor i got endocrinology test done and the report says the following: total T3 -101 ng/dl total T4- 9.5 ug/dl TSH-5.30 ulU/ml comments: suggesting thyronormalcy please correlate with clinical conditions. please evaluate this report and help me out my age is 40 yrs, weight 67kg, height 5 4, sex female. thanks jolly swamy
Asked On : Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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Hello and welcome to HCM

Thyroid gland is present in front of neck and its function is to maintain normal metabolism of the body.
Abnormality of thyroid can be in the form of hyper-functioning or hypo-functioning of the organ.
Symtoms of hyper-functioning gland are loss of weight, increased appetite, tiredness, nervousness, anxiety, disturbed sleep, insomnia, feeling hot and menstrual disturbances.
Hypofunctioning of the gland is characterised by increase in weight, lethargy, decreased appetite, increased sleep, dryness of skin, decreased attentiveness and menstrual disturbances.

The functioning of thyroid gland is determined by thyroid function tests- hormones TSH, T3 and T4.
Thyronormalcy means that the hormones are within normal limits.
It means that your no pathology is present in the thyroid gland currently.

You need to consult your doctor for further management.
Depending on the symtoms further tests can be ordered.

Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal
Answered: Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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