Hello, your TSH level is very high, Normal TSH levels in adults is
0.4-4.2 microunits per milliliter (mcU/mL) . High TSH suggestive of Hypothyroidism, You have to. Consult general physician .Shivering could be due to thyroid problem ,
Low Blood Sugar Levels, Respiratory Tract Infection, Fluid Loss, Anemia are the other possible causes .
Thyroid gland disorders such as hypothyroidism can cause body tremors. The thyroid is a gland that controls metabolism, or the amount of energy your body burns. An underactive thyroid or hypothyroidism can cause symptoms like shivering, diarrhea, and cold intolerance.
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