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Done thyroid test, have hair loss, am overweight. Report suggests thyronormalcy?

Column1 Column2 Column3 Column4 TEST NAME METHOD VALUE REFRENCE VALUE T3 C.L.I.A. 120 60-200 T4 C.L.I.A. 9.2 4.5-12.0 TSH C.L.I.A. 2.99 0,30-5.5 it suggest thyronormalcy does i need medicine , i am also over weight and suffering from hair loss . my age is 18 and i live in new delhi
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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Your report shows euthyroid state,i.e., you have a normal thyroid function. Thyroid malfunction is not the cause of your hair fall. You can also have your testosterone levels tested; also eliminate genetic factors. Stress and exposure to pollution can also lead to hair fall, so also the use of certain drugs. I advice you to have a complete examination with a dermatologist and since you are in New Delhi there is no worry, you have got good hair treatment centers there. Good luck.
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