Hi Guys, I posted a while back with regards to my TPO levels being at 1300. I didn't have figures on TSH or T4 levels at that time, as TSH said (normal) and had nothing for T4, and have been re-tested a month later, and was wondering if anybody could shed light on what these figures mean, and whether they are in normal range?
The doctor said that due to these being in the overall normal range that they won't proceed to do anything just yet, but they also might have likely have said that because they have referred me to a thyroid specialist due to having swelling at the front of my throat, is this normal with thyroid problems?
I had an x ray for thyroid cancer which came back clear, but the swelling is still present, any ideas?
Thank you for any responses.
December 6th results:
Full blood count normal aside from MCV 80 fL (reduced)
Total lgE 62.5 kU/L (normal)
Specific lgE for Pru p 3 (LTP) negative
TPO antibodies significantly elevated (>1300 iu/ml)
Ferritin 6 micrograms/L (low, consistent with iron deficiency)
(Will update recent results when have print out)