Tsh Levels Are Very High

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SVR1 Says:

Dear Forum members,

Yesterday I havechecked my TSH level in the blod and found to be around 9.54μIU/L. My age is 33 years now.

As per my understanding increasing TSH levels decreases the T3 and T4 levels. I have also given bllod samples for estimation of T3 & T4 levels in the blood.

could anyone suggest me what type of medication shall I take to bring these levels to normal stage and diet and any nutritional supplements.

As on date I didnt observed any symptoms & problems in my body

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CK Says:

I am 53 years. My TSH level is 12. However T3 & T4 are normal. What kind of medication should I take.

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Chemtiger Says:

High TSH levels (if your thyroid and pituitary work properly) increase T4 production, which is converted to T3 by removing one iodine. T3 is very important, if you're a bit high in T3, but T4 is lower, you'll likely be healthy. See an endocrinologist for better expertise. My TSH levels are routinely over 100. So you're not alone.

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Chemtiger Says:

See an endocrinologist. Your pituitary releases TSH, that may be an issue.

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