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Done blood test. Have morning fatigue, no appetite, digestion disorder. Liver or thyroid problem?

my wife aged 48 years , her blood test shows as follows:- TSH = 8.20 SGPT=33 TOTAL PROTEIN= ALB 4.24, GOB 3.15 P.TIME16 HB=11.6 I also like to inform that she has morning fatigue , lack of hunger & digestion disorder. she is now taking medicine (Thyronorm 50 ) in the morning.medicine D - Veniz 50 is not suiting her. vomitting occurs hours after taking the medicine. so stopped the medicine.Capsule Pantocid - DSR is taking at night before dinner.In the 2011 she had a high viral fever for which she had to take hospitalisation. High dose anti biotic was given.somedays ago she stopped taking Thyronorm & digestion disorder appeared. but starting medicine for thyroid , it has decreased a bit little. my question is whether it is a liver problem or thyroid problem?
Asked On : Sun, 2 Sep 2012
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Dear friend, welcome to HCM !

I high TSH indicates a thyroid disorder-hypothyroidism.
What are her T3, T4 hormone levels? what other tests are done for thyroid?

The symptoms are typical of low thyroid status and will have to take thyronorm according to TSH levels.
thyroid hormones being essential for metabolism, low status gives rise to dullness, fatigue, indigestion,menstrual irregularity, sensitivity to cold, slow heart etc.

Can stop Veniz altogether.

Take care and please keep me informed of your progress.
Good Luck !
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