Thanks for choosing HCM..,
TSH ..... your thyroid is producing too much of the T3 & T4 hormones, you will develop hyperthyroidism
(an overactive thyroid); and you are going to see the opposite effects.
You will also get fatigued very easily, you will have difficulties concentrating, you will rarely gain any weight, you will feel constantly nervous and restless, and you may possibly develop goiters on the thyroid..
Status TSH Level Count
Normal TSH Levels 0.4 - 4.0 mIU/L
Underactive Thyroid 2.0 mIU/L or more
Thyroid Disorder 0.5 and 3.0 mIU/LFor hypothyroid patients on thyroxine
, measurement of TSH alone is generally considered sufficient. An increase in TSH above the normal range indicates under-replacement or poor compliance with therapy. A significant reduction in TSH suggests over-treatment. In both cases, a change in dose may be required.
For hyperthyroid patients, both TSH and T4 are usually monitored.
So evaluate the case and do needful...ok..good luck.,