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TSH values are high
I have done full body check up. In the test reports, values are higher than the reference ranges, for: SGOT / AST, Total Cholesterol Serum, Low Density Lipoprotien Bad Cholesterol TSH Mean Corpuscular Haemoglobin (MCH) & MCHC Haematocrit / PCV / HCT ALC Eosinophil AEC MPV and Low values for : PDW Vitamin D 25 Hydroxy Please suggest, i would like to book an appointment for consultation.
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Hello.. Well it seems that you have hypothyroidism and allergic condition and also vitamin d deficiency condition..i would suggest you to meet a physician tas ier your convenience with the help of Practo app ..hope you are clear...thank you
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Consult general practitioner in ur area with all your reports.
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Please visit general physician in a hospital with good infrastructure.
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