We have seen all too many times the claim that low TSH negatively affects our bones.
The inference being that having a TSH in the "normal" range (for the purposes of discussion, we must take that as anywhere in the reference range) is good for our bones.
Question: If low TSH is bad, and a "normal" TSH is good, what is the impact of high TSH on bones?
After all, we see people being told that a TSH over reference range up to 10, or more, is fine and does not need treatment. This would only be the case if a high TSH has no significant effect, or possibly, only a positive effect, on our bones. But have you ever seen that formally reported and supported by proper science?