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Thyroid issues

Hi I have done my thyroid test . In the report it's shown that my TSH is 6.30 reference (.35-5.5) and other two I.e T3 and T4 with in its reference range.T3- 138(86-187)and T4-5.94(3.2-12.6). Am I suffering from thyroid.please suggest
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Dr. Anil Kumar Jain Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello there. 

I can understand your concern.  Thyroid is a gland which is present in every one.
Thyroid is not a disease.
What you are having is a condition called hypothyroidism. 
You need to take thyroid hormone supplement. 
Consult a general physician in person for further evaluation and management.
Best regards.
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Bangalore.

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Subtotal thyroidectomy.
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I advise best homoeo Doctor this case consult & treatment.
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Hi there I understand your concern and anxiety....some people may have increased TSH levels while having normal T4 levels. This is called subclinical (mild) hypothyroidism. It is believed to be an early stage of hypothyroidism...I would suggest you to consult nearest physician they will do the needful.
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Dr. Swathi S Aithal Bangalore | General Physician
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Well..yes the tsh levels have increased which means that you are hyperthyroid.but then I need to examine you fur the symptoms and signs related to it...plaese meet a physician and get yourself examined... thank you
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Dr. Rama S.K Pune | Internal Medicine
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You may have subclinical hypothyroid...do antiTPO antibody test to decide further
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Dr. (Colonel) A.K Mehta Pune | General Physician
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You are very mildly hypothyroid but all depends if you have symptoms, like gain in weight without appreciable change in diet/lifestyle & may be less appetite, unexplained constipation, fatigue & low energy, sleepyness, dry skin etc.
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Monitor & observe
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You can repeat the test after a month
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