Thyroid peroxidase antibodies 274 (<34)
Thyroglobulin antibodies 228.3 (<115)
These high antibodies mean that she is positive for autoimmune thyroid disease aka Hashimoto's, where antibodies attack the thyroid and gradually destroy it. There is no treatment for Hashi's, it's the resulting Hypothyroidism that is treated.
She can help reduce the antibodies by adopting a strict gluten free diet which has helped many members enormously. Gluten contains gliadin which is a protein thought to trigger antibody attacks. Read about the gluten/thyroid connection here
Supplementing with selenium L-selenomethionine 200mcg daily and keeping TSH suppressed also help reduce antibodies.
Read about Hashi's here:
Ferritin 16 (15 - 150)
Ferritin must be at least 70 for thyroid hormone to work properly, half way through range is recommended and for females I've seen it said that 100-130 is best.
Has she had an iron panel done, a full blood count and haemoglobin test to see if she has iron deficiency anaemia? If not she should ask for these to be carried out.
If she is prescribed iron tablets then each tablet should be taken with 1000mg Vit C to aid absorption and help prevent constipation. Iron should be taken four hours away from thyroid meds and two hours away from any other medication and supplements as it affects their absorption.
Eating liver once a week and other iron rich foods will help raise ferritin. See list of iron rich foods here
Folate 2.3 (2.5 - 19.5)
Vitamin B12 197 (180 - 900)
These work together. Folate is under range, she is folate deficient. B12 is very low.
Does she have any signs and symptoms of B12 deficiency as listed here
If so take all this information and post on the Pernicious Anaemia Society forum here on Health Unlocked for further advice then she needs to speak to her GP.
Total 25 OH vitamin D 35.5 (>75 adequate vitamin D)
Recommended level for Vit D is 100-150nmol/L. It's unlikely her GP will prescribe anything with her current levels on she could buy her own D3 softgels like these
and take 10,000iu daily for 6 weeks then reduce to 5000iu daily. Retest after 3 months. When the recommended level is reached reduce to 5000iu alternate days, maybe less in summer. When supplementing with D3 it is advised to retest once or twice a year to keep within the recommended range.
When taking D3 there are important cofactors needed which you can read about here
D3 aids absorption of calcium from food and K2-MK7 directs the calcium to bones and teeth where it is needed and away from arteries and soft tissues where it can be deposited and cause problems.
D3 and K2 are fat soluble so should be taken with the fattiest meal of the day, D3 four hours away from thyroid meds.
Magnesium comes in different forms, check here to see which is most suitable and as it's calming it's best taken in the evening
Check the other cofactors too.