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Thyroid test showed thyronormalcy, T3-152, T4-10.9 and TSH-1.26. What does it mean?

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gud day doctor,
my daughter is 12yrs old and her thyroid report comment tells that suggesting thyronormalcy. t3, t4 and tsh are 152,10.9 1.26 resp. what does it mean
thanx in advance
Posted Mon, 15 Oct 2012 in X-ray, Lab tests and Scans
Answered by Dr. Sathyadharan Panneer 15 minutes later

Thanks for writing in,

The values of T3 - 152ng/dl, T4 - 10.9 mcg/dl and TSH - 1.26 miliIU/L are normal. Thyronormalcy = Normal thyroid state or we call it as Euthyroid state.

Seems your doctor has advised Thyroid profile to rule out hypothyroidism (decreased functioning of Thyroid gland) as a cause for her obesity.

So, the cause for her obesity is not because of her thyroid gland.

Hope i have answered your query.

Wish her a good health.
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