Is a TSH level of 13.61 a little high or a lot high?
Yes, it's a bit high.
No, 1.08 is not a high TSH level.
Is 3.47 a high TSH level?
is 4.9 tsh high
is a 3.89 tsh level high?
my tsh level is 33.90 can i conceive plss suggest
95 percent of the population tested have a TSH level between 0.4 and 2.5. Your level at 0.880 is not too high.
The "normal range of TSH is 0.3 to 3.0 μIU/mL. A TSH level that is above that range would be considered "high". The pituitary produces TSH to tell the thyroid glands to produce more thyroid hormones. If the thyroid glands to not respond, the pituitary produces greater and greater levels of TSH. A TSH level that high indicates that there is something significantly wrong with the thyroid glands, and the patient should be prescribed thyroid… Read More
Yes, absolutely! Even when using the older measurements TSH 0.3 - 5.0, that is exceptionally high
A TSH level of 44.5 is significantly high. Your health care provider will likely order additional testing to determine the cause.
Its high, but not extreme. Reference range: 0,35-4,94
This happens in thyrotoxicosis. You have high level of thyroxine hormone in this condition.
yes, should be 3 at most
that your baby has down syndrome
A thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) test is an initial test used to determine how your thyroid is functioning. A high TSH level indicates that the thyroid gland isn't making enough hormones, causing hypothyroidism. Conversely, if the TSH level is low it indicates an overactive thyroid, known as hyperthyroidism. The TSH normal level range that most physicians refer to is .3 to 4.5.
Yes. Healthy range is .41-4.01.
Yes! Normal levels are around 0.35-3.74
High levels of TSH initially increases the level of thyroid hormone (TH). When the TH levels get high, the feedback mechanism starts to work: The excess amount of TH in the blood signals the pituitary gland to decrease secretion of TSH, which decreases the amount of TSH that is secreted by the pituitary gland, and maintains homeostatis.
is a tsh level of 0.61 overactive or underactive
The normal TSH is what number
Yes, this is high for an adult. It would be normal for a very young child. Additional testing is warranted.
Normal range is 0.4 to 2.4. So 6.83 is high and may be a sign of thyroid disease.
Yes this is very high. The references are 0,35-4,94. It means your thyroid gland is overproducing - hyperthyreoidism
Yes... You may have hypothyroidism. Talk to your Dr. A.s.a.p. However, that would not be a high reading in a newborn infant.
My TSH is 0.456 uIU/mL 0.550-4.78
When TSH is high, it stimulates the thyroid to produce more thyroid hormones. An elevated TSH usually means a hypOthyroid patient. Rarely, an elevated TSH may result in hypERthyroid symptoms when the feedback system that controls TSH production is not working properly.
Would high levels of thyroid simulating hormone be an indication of too much thryoxine or too little thryoxine?
High levels of TSH are typically found if there is too little thyroxine.
A TSH of 1.08 is within the normal range.
TSH is commonly accepted today as the first-line diagnostic test for overall thyroid function. In general, a normal TSH level (0.3-4.5) indicates normal thyroid function. If the TSH is high or low, then T4 and T3 (and their "free" forms, FT4 and FT3) are evaluated to narrow the diagnosis.
high TSH than the normal range means hypothyrodism.
hi there i have the same tsh it means that you have borderline hypothyroidism. Your doctor may want to delay treatment at the moment and recheck in a few months if its still the same the doctor might want to start treatment at that time.
Hi, TSH is the hormone that stimulates the thyroid to release more T3/ T4 hormones (one is converted to the other). If T3 and T4 hormones get low, more TSH will be produced and the thyroid will release more T3/T4. So TSH can be high in response to a short-term dip in T3/T4 levels which can be caused by medicine or as the body's response to a virus or infection. www.about.com has some very good… Read More
Its very normal to have a high TSH with hashimotos because hashimotos causes hypothyroidism.
The upper cut-oof level, for most labs, is around 5.5. Therefore, a TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) level of 6.8 can be indicative of mild hyperthyroidism. This should be followed up by a doctor visit, and possibly further testing (usually a repeat TSH and then, if needed, a thryoid scan or thyroid ultrasound). I hope this answer is helpful to you.
what medicine require to take in 7.8 tsh value
There can be many causes for either low or high TSH levels, diet I've found affects this the most, but the doctors don't necessarily tell you that. Avoid peaches when low levels are found. As for your higher level, eat more vegetables and fruits and a proper diet. Junk foods such as ice cream and the like tend to make TSH higher the more you eat of them. You don't have to avoid foods at… Read More
Thyroid function - Hypothyroidism. A low level of thyroxine and high level of TSH indicate an underactive thyroid.
Yes, 0.24 is below the normal range for TSH. The normal range is .5 to 5.0.
TSH is produced and secreted by the pituitary gland. It regulates thyroid hormone at the the level of the thyroid gland.
A TSH of 3.68 is within the normal range. However, doctors like to see a TSH between .3 and 3 in those patients receiving thyroid replacement medications. Additionally, normal for one person may not be normal for another. Just as I wear a different shoe size than my husband, everyone's systems require different levels for them to feel well. My husband's shoe size is normal, so is mine. I will not be comfortable wearing his… Read More
High T3 and T4 with low TSH is indicative that the thyroid gland is working in overdrive. TSH is secreted by the pituitary gland and stimulates the thyroid gland to secrete T4 and T3. T4 and T3 exert a negative feedback on the pituitary gland to stop secreting TSH, ie there is a negative feedback loop. this is a protective mechanism in which the thyroid gland is not overdrimulated by TSH.
There are a variety of different blood tests that can help determine the overall health of your thyroid. The most common is the thyroid stimulating hormone blood test. This is an initial test used to determine how your thyroid is functioning. A high TSH level indicates that the thyroid gland isn't making enough hormones causing hypothyroidism. Conversely, if the TSH level is low it indicates an overactive thyroid known as hyperthyroidism. The normal range for… Read More
No, it is normal. Howeve, some people have different "normal ranges" because of certain diseases they have or meds they are on. Ask your caregiver for your normal range. mbm
IS 0.4 TO 4.0 mlu/l
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That is extremely high! For any age!! The "range" is .5- 5 but people can be symptomatic at anything above a 1. Most doctors aim to level your levels out at a 2 or less. Stay on top of them and make sure you teach a point that you at asymptomatic!
The release of T3 and T4 from thyroid as a result of changes in level of TSH in blood is an example of what kind of stimuli?
The release of T3 and T4 from the thyroid resulting from changes in TSH level is an example of a Negative feedback system.
In graves disease, TSH level is lowered by thyroid gland, when it makes more thyroid hormone.