In my most recent blood test, my globulin came back as 31.2 (normal range 25 - 32). The albumin was 41, making an A/G ratio of 1.3, which also appears to be normal. Although it seems my lab uses different ranges to most I've found on the internet (most labs seem to have the upper value of globulin as 35), I was nevertheless wondering whether hashimotos (and/or hypo) could lead to higher levels of globulin.
I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but my anti thyroglobulin antibodies were quite high when I tested one year ago, as where my anti-tpo. Could it be that the serum globulin goes up when the anti-tg is elevated in the presence of hashis?