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Thyronormalcy. What does TSH, T3 and T4 level indicate?

i have got my blood says suggesting thyronormalcy .the report is as follows:- test name value units reference range thyroid stimulating harmone ( TSH ) 1.94 uIU/ml 0.30 - 5.5 total triiodothyronine (T3) 115 nq/dl 60 - 200 total thyroxine (T4) 9.7 ng/dl 4.5 - 12.0,my certain body parts such as the thighs and arms were increasing in only 28 with 66kg weight inspite of having a normal diet.I would like to know what the reports means and do i have thyroid problem.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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your reports suggest that the functioning of your thyroid gland is normal. T3 and T4 are hormones secreted from your thyroid gland. TSH is a hormone secreted from pituitary gland that helps to maintain your thyroid functions. Normal values of these hormones in blood suggest your thyroid functioning is normal.
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