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Am I having thyroid problems if my TSH level is low and T3 & T4 levels are high ?

AM 25 yrs married women........iam having thyroid for the past 6yrs........yesterday i was taken my thyroid test.......the reports areT3 -120,T4 -13.8, TSH -0.151..............PLZ GIVE ME SUGGESTION,,,is tis the normal report or am i suffering frm severe throid problem
Asked On : Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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Normal Adult Reference Ranges:

T4 = 5.6-13.7 ug/dl (mcg/dl)
T3= 87-180 ng/dl
TSH = 0.4-4.5 mIU/L (mU/L)

Your report says TSH level is mildly reduced. It is almost normal. If you are already taking thyroid medicines please consult your doctor.

Dr. Naveen kumar
Answered: Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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