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Tsh high and normal t3 n t4
I have tsh of 5.094 but normal t3 and t4 levels ? What does it mean ? Is there any treatment required . Will lifestyle, yoga help in it ?
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There is slight elevation of your TSH levels which can be considered as subclinical hypothyroidism. You may need to repeat the test after few months and if there is further increase in TSH levels then treatment needs to be started.
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