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What does my blood test report indicate?

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Posted on Thu, 26 May 2016
Question: Recently took blood test. Please check the reports and advice me .
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Answered by Dr. Sonia Raina (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
reports checked, advise below

Detailed Answer:
Hello, greetings!
Thanks for posting your query on hcm.
I have gone through your reports.
You are having slightly elevated blood urea and creatinine levels which are insignificant as they are very mildly elevated. This can probably be due to dehydration, thus drink plenty of fluids.
You may continue with iron supplements as recommended last time.

Your TSH levels are very low which suggests you have a overactive thyroid i.e., hyperthyroidism. You need to start with anti thyroid medications, for which you need to consult your local physician.

If you have any further doubts/clarifications please feel free to contact me.
Regards,
Dr. Sonia
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Follow up: Dr. Sonia Raina (38 minutes later)
I used to have high thyroid values and used tablet for that.
I have done this blood test after 6 weeks of the tablet course .

Now i got low thyroid value. What may have caused this ? what are the effects of this low thyroid value?
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Answered by Dr. Sonia Raina (51 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
High dose may have caused this condition

Detailed Answer:
A higher dose of your thyroid medication may have caused this condition. You need to consult your doctor who can adjust the dosage for you.
Effects of hyperthyroidism include muscle weakness, nervousness, mood swings, stomach upset, skin dryness to name a few.
Regards,
Dr. Sonia
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What does my blood test report indicate?

Brief Answer: reports checked, advise below Detailed Answer: Hello, greetings! Thanks for posting your query on hcm. I have gone through your reports. You are having slightly elevated blood urea and creatinine levels which are insignificant as they are very mildly elevated. This can probably be due to dehydration, thus drink plenty of fluids. You may continue with iron supplements as recommended last time. Your TSH levels are very low which suggests you have a overactive thyroid i.e., hyperthyroidism. You need to start with anti thyroid medications, for which you need to consult your local physician. If you have any further doubts/clarifications please feel free to contact me. Regards, Dr. Sonia