What Are Normal Thyroid Levels Supposed to Be?

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The normal thyroid levels depend on the most usual text which are done that is TSH, TT4 AND FT4 with the ranges as 0.4 to 4.5, 50 to 160 and 10 to 24 respectively. Those who are at the bottom or the top of the range are referred to as borderlines. The blood test for thyroids is known as Thyroid Function Test.
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t3 0.60-1.81 ng/ml. t4 5.01-12.45 ug/ml. tsh 0.35-5.50 uiu/ml. these are normal thyroid levels.
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Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) the normal range is from around 0.5 to 5.5. Some
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T3 and T4 levels are measured by a blood test. The normal levels of thyroid hormones in the blood stream are 100 to 200 ng/dL or nanograms per deciliter. Low levels of T3 or T4 indicate
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Since you say you have received the results but you are not telling us what they are-we can not help you.did the doctor also do a T3 and/or a thyroglobulin or a complete 7 thyroid
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