# Calculator for thyroid % : Hi could anyone direct... - Thyroid UK

## Thyroid UK

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Hi could anyone direct me to the thyroid calculator so I can see my percentages ?

Many thanks in advance xxx

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SeasideSusieAdministrator

chorobytarczycy.eu/kalkulator

For thyroid results use the "hormony tarcyzcy" tab, it's pretty obvious where you put the result and the reference range.

For other tests use the "inne" tab and the bottom row of boxes for result/range.

lynnwin in reply to SeasideSusie

Thank you so much xxx

SeasideSusieAdministrator in reply to lynnwin

You're welcome

lynnwin in reply to SeasideSusie

Could you tell me what the other inne tab is for please ? X

SeasideSusieAdministrator in reply to lynnwin

As I said in previous reply, you use the "inne" tab for any other test results and the "hormony" tab for thyroid.

lynnwin in reply to SeasideSusie

Thank you I read that what I was asking in a bad way is what tests ? Vitamins etc

Sorry to sound dim .. I do appreciate your help x

SeasideSusieAdministrator in reply to lynnwin

"what I was asking in a bad way is what tests ? Vitamins etc"

Any tests. "inne" in Polish means "other" so anything with a result and a reference range. Just don't bother with Vit D because that has "categories" and a recommended level of 100-150nmol (40-60 ng/ml)

lynnwin in reply to SeasideSusie

Great .. Many thanks x

It doesn't actually matter which tab is used for calculating the percentage through the range. They all do exactly the same calculation.

For example, on the FT4 line, put a result of 15 and a range of 12 - 22, and it will tell you that this is 30% through the range.

Put exactly the same numbers in to the FT3 line and it will tell you the same percentage.

If you switch to the inne tab and put the same numbers in to the three boxes in a line it will also give you a result of 30%.

Before I found out about this little utility I would calculate the percentage through the range manually with the aid of a calculator. There was never any difference between the way I calculated this for FT4 or serum iron or haemoglobin or alkaline phosphatase etc. As long as I had a result and a range, I could calculate the percentage through the range. It's not science, it's just arithmetic.

lynnwin in reply to humanbean

Thank you so much 😘 never was any good at arithmetic .. 🤦‍♀️ Thank you xx