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Normal TSH levels, elevated anti-thyroid antibodies, has neck size bigger than normal, prescribed Thyrowell. Will it be helpful?

My daughter is 18 years old. She has T3, T4, TSH levels within limits but have high count of ANTI THYROID ANTIBODIES . Although currently she has no symptom of thyroid she was prescribed this test by her doctor as her neck is of comparatively bigger size than normal. Now she has been prescribed Thyrowell for four weeks. She has not yet started taking thyrowell. Does thyrowell has any side effects. Will it be beneficial to use thyrowell.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Is it not thyrowel? (Not thyrowell!)
There is absolutely NO harm; it IS beneficial - it has nutrients only; no hormone
Absent symptoms do not mean absent disease!
Your doctor has done the right thing - you may need more tests in due course - for follow up and further evaluation
Good luck
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