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Is my TSH level Normal ?

MY T3 IS 189.8, T4 IS 11.6 AND TSH IS .02. PLZ TELL ME HOW SERIOUS S MY PROBLEM.
Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

You have severe hyperthyroidism.I advise you to visit an Endocrinologist and get evaluated for the cause of Hyperthyroidism.It is very important for you to start treatment as early as possible to avoid complications.

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